Wild Card: The Breakaway Ropers Vying for a Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Spot

The breakaway ropers competing in the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Wild Card round on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022.

Wild Card: The Breakaway Ropers Vying For A Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Spot
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The 2022 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Breakaway Wild Card Ropers:

Lynn Smith

Jordi Edens

Katie Mundorf

Tiada Gray

Rickie Engesser

Kelsie Domer

Whitney Thurmond

Tacy Webb

The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, which began on Jan. 21 and runs through Feb. 5, 2022, has already showcased top talents in the breakaway roping event through the seven brackets of qualifying rounds. Each bracket has two full rounds from which the two high-money earners automatically advance to the semifinals, held Feb. 3–4.

From those qualifying rounds, a total of eight breakaway ropers will compete in the semi-final qualifiers, with only six guaranteed spots. Two spots for each semi-final round are held for competitors who will advance from the Wild Card round, held Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022.

The Wild Card round is a sudden-death format and is held for third place money earners out of the seven brackets, including a bonus entry for a total of eight competitors. From this round, the top two money earners will then advance to compete in the semifinals.

After the conclusion of Bracket 7, the eighth Wild Card competitor is pulled from a group of ropers that finished fourth in the rounds. The competitor with the most money won overall is selected to compete in the round. From that list, Tacy Kay Webb advanced with a total of $1,760 in round earnings and a combined time of 5.7 seconds on two head.

The Ropers Set to Compete in the 2022 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Breakaway Semifinals:

Semi-Finals A

Morgan Orman

Erin Johnson

Sawyer Gilbert

Kayelen Helton

Shelby Boisjoli

Jackie Crawford

Bailey Gubert

Semi-Finals B

JJ Hampton

Bradi Good

Madison Outhier

Lari Dee Guy

Brandy Gilbert

Taylor Engesser

Loni Lester

Full Qualifying Round Results:

Bracket 1:

First round: 

1. Morgan Orman, 2.7-second run, worth $1,760

2. Jenna Caldarola, 2.8-second run, worth $1,320

3. Sarah Verhelst, 3.0-second run, worth $880

4. Jacey Fortier, 3.2-second run, worth $440

Second round: 

1. J.J. Hampton, 1.90-second run, worth $1,760

2. Lynn Smith, 2.10-second run, worth $1,320

3. Jacey Fortier, 2.40-second run, worth $880

4. Morgan Orman, 2.70-second run, worth $440 

Advancing: 

1. Morgan Orman

2. J.J. Hampton. 

Wild card: Lynn Smith.

Bracket 2:

First round: 

1. Jordi Edens, 2.1-second run, worth $1,760

2/3. Bradi Good, 2.2-second run, worth $1,100  

2/3. Taylor Hanchey, 2.2-second run, worth $1,100

4. Rebekah Davis, 2.4-second run, worth $440  

Second round: 

1. Erin Johnson, 1.9-second run, worth $1,907

2. Bradi Good, 2.1-second run, worth $1,467

3. Rebekah Davis, 2.8-second run, worth $1,027 

Advancing: 

1. Bradi Good

2. Erin Johnson 

Wild card: Jordi Edens.

Bracket 3:

First round: 

1. Madison Outhier, 2.0-second run, worth $1,760

2. Tacy Webb, 3.2-second run, worth $1,320

3. Katie Mundorf, 12.0-second run, worth $880

4. Jordan Minor, 12.2-second run, worth $440 

Second round: 

1. Sawyer Gilbert, 1.70-second run, worth $1,760

2. Makayla Mack, 2.20-second run, worth $1,320

3. Katie Mundorf, 2.30-second run, worth $880

4. Tacy Webb, 2.50-second run, worth $440 

Advancing: 

1. Sawyer Gilbert

2. Madison Outhier 

Wild card: Katie Mundorf

Bracket 4:

First round: 

1. Lari Dee Guy, 1.9-second run, worth $1,760

2. TiAda Gray, 2.0-second run, worth $1,320

3. Amanda Coleman, 2.2-second run, worth $880

4/5/6. Sarah Morrissey, 2.6-second run, worth $147

4/5/6. Kayla Olson, 2.6-second run, worth $147

4/5/6. Amber Crawford, 2.6-second run, worth $147

Second round: 

1. Lari Dee Guy, 1.9-second run, worth $1,760

2. Kayelen Helton, 2.0-second run, worth $1,320

3. Amber Crawford, 2.8-second run, worth $880

4. Sarah Morrissey, 12.1-second run, worth $440 

Advancing: 

1. Lari Dee Guy

2. Kayelen Helton 

Wild card: TiAda Gray

Bracket 5:

First round: 

1. Shelby Boisjoli, 2.0-second run, worth $1,760

2. Brandy Gilbert, 2.3-second run, worth $1,320

3. Makayla Boisjoli, 2.7-second run, worth $880

4. Tammy Herbert, 3.5-second run, worth $440 

Second round: 

1. Shelby Boisjoli, 2.0-second run, worth $1,760

2/3. Brandy Gilbert, 3.2-second run, worth $1,100

2/3. Rickie Engesser, 3.2-second run, worth $1,100

4. Makayla Boisjoli, 2.7-second run, worth $440

Advancing: 

1. Shelby Boisjoli

2. Brandy Gilbert

Wild card: Rickie Engesser

Bracket 6:

First round: 

1. Taylor Engesser, 2.0-second run, worth $1,760

2. Kelsie Domer, 2.2-second run, worth $1,320

3/4. Jordan Jo Fabrizio, 2.6-second run, worth $660

3/4. Jackie Crawford, 2.6-second run, worth $660

Second round: 

1. Jackie Crawford, 1,8-second run, worth $1,760

2. Taylor Engesser, 2.0-second run, worth $1,320

3. Kelsie Domer, 2.1-second run, worth $880

4. McKenna Hickson, 2.2-second run, worth $440 

Advancing: 

1. Taylor Engesser

2. Jackie Crawford

Wild card: Kelsie Domer

Bracket 7:

First round: 

1. Loni Lester, 1.9-second run, worth $1,760

2. Joey Williams, 2.1-second run, worth $1,320

3/4. Alex Loiselle, 2.5-second run, worth $660

3/4.Cadee Williams, 2.5-second run, worth $660

Second round: 

1. Bailey Gubert, 2.2-second run, worth $1,760

2. Whitney Thurmond, 4.5-second run, worth $1,320

3. Danielle Lowman, 11.9-second run, worth $880

Advancing: 

1. Bailey Gubert

2. Loni Lester 

Wild card: Whitney Thurmond

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