Cowgirls in Quarantine Match Roping, presented by Kimes Ranch Jeans
Rodeo veteran and one of breakaway roping’s biggest ambassadors, Lari Dee Guy, The Cowboy Channel and Kimes Ranch Jeans will be hosting the Cowgirls in Quarantine Match Roping this week, LIVE on Facebook.
There will be a new match from a new location starting Tuesday, April 20th through Friday, April 24th. The matches will be streamed LIVE on The Cowboy Channel’s Facebook page at 1PM CST each day.
Some of breakaway roping’s toughest competitors were looking for a way to keep on top of their game and enhance the productivity in the practice pen when this idea came to mind. Hope Thompson and nine-time world champion Lari Dee Guy put some thought behind how to accomplish their goals while social distancing, reached out to some of their friends and fellow competitors who were all in the same predicament.
There were several ideas and discussion before we were able to settle on the idea of daily events, but it brings a part of rodeo back to the fans while we wait for our normal ways to become normal again.
Here’s how it will work...
Each “household” is going to be able to explain their format prior to their match including the number of calves for each girl and team will rope and how they will advance. The matches are broken up between four different households. The first of which will be held in Stephenville, TX at world champion Jackie Crawford’s place.
The teams to compete on Tuesday, April 21st at 1PM CST are:
Jackie Crawford, 19-time world champion
JJ Hampton, 17-time world champion
Kelsie Chase, seven-time world champion
On Wednesday, April 22nd at 1PM CST, we move to Iowa, Louisiana, home of Josie and Kylee Conner.
The teams to compete are:
On Thursday, April 23rd we go live from Canyon, TX at 1PM CST. There are only four girls competing in this match and they are:
Jordan Jo Fabrizio
To wrap of the matches we conclude our tour in Abilene, TX at the Rafter L Ranch on Friday, April 24th. The teams matching are:
Lari Dee Guy, nine-time world champion
Madison Outhier, RFD-TV’s The American breakaway champion
The athletes have not paid an entry fee, but have had donors from their local areas donate to the event. At the end of each match, they will be donating all proceeds to a local cause to help during these difficult times.
Stay tuned daily to The Cowboy Channel Facebook page at 1pm to see who comes out
on top and where the donations will go in their local communities.