Rickie Engesser Gets Greeley Stampede Breakaway Championship Aboard Six-Year-Old Copper

The Greeley Stampede Breakaway Roping Short Go was packed with speed. It was South Dakota’s Rickie Engesser who left Greeley the champion. She came in leading the average and the one to beat.

“Yeah, watching those girls and actually just being a part of it with all of them and how good they all rope, I just knew that I just had to go out and take the start I had and and go and take my best shot,” Engesser said.

This win is a big one for Engesser and her horse Copper. Greeley has been Copper’s first big rodeo and Engesser said that she is impressed with him, he handled the sights and sounds of Greeley like a veteran rope horse.

With a time of 10.1 on three head, Engesser is your champion.

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