The 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is celebrating 62 years, the pride of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association since 1959, this year being held in Arlington,Texas, USA. The sixth of ten performances sees a grateful field of contestants happy to compete and introduce ladies breakaway roping to the WNFR.
The 2020 PRCA Ladies Breakaway Roping Season Champion is Navajo, Cassie Bahe of Utah, she won money in two of the four rounds held today and is fourth in the aggregate. Cassie’s sister, Anna Bahe also finished in the top 15 in the season to qualify for the inaugural WNFR Ladies Breakaway Roping. Anna won money in the forth and is ninth best on four head. The ladies battle again, during matinee at Globe Life Field, December 9 & 10, for the $200,000.00 up for grabs in their event.
Cherokee, Brenten Hall with partner Chase Tryan were no time in the sixth, they have won $43,000.00 each. Navajo, Erich Rogers and partner Payden Bray broke out, losing their first place spot in the aggregate prior to the sixth round, now in second for the $67,269.00 for best on ten. Rogers and Hall have each won earlier rounds, heading for their heeling partners in team roping.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Cole Elshere scored 79.5 in the sixth round, after bucking off the first five horses, at his fourth qualification for the WNFR in saddle bronc riding. Cheyenne River Sioux tribes, Shorty Garrett enjoying his WNFR rookie year, was 83 points in round six of the saddle bronc riding and had won money once earlier this week. There are four go rounds to go for the 2020 PRCA World Championships concluding Saturday night, WNFR, Round 10, December 12, 2020.
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