About the Breakaway Roping
The roper begins her run from a “roping box”, with a barrier rope across the open front. The box is adjacent to a chute, containing the calf. One end of the breakaway barrier is looped around the calf and released as soon as the calf reaches its advantage point. If the roper beats the calf out of the chute, a 10- second penalty is added to her final time with a “broken barrier”. Once the calf is caught by the cowgirl’s loop, the horse is trained to come to a stop to remove the rope from the saddle horn allowing the calf to “breakaway”. This also allows the flagger (judge) to know when to stop the clock. A fast run is in less than 3 seconds.
For the Contestants:
- Ladies only
- Open to all ages
- Limited to 125 entries
- May enter up to two (2) times
- Two full rounds + a short-go
- WPRA Approved
- Health papers (issued within 30 days)
- Negative coggins
Schedule of Events:
Breakaway Roping - February 17, 2019 | 9:00am | Expo Hall
Call-in: February 1, 2019
Call the office at 210-225-1309
Results will be posted here as they become available.