Texas Cowgirl Sissy Winn Thrived in Her Home State to Make Another NFR
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Sissy Winn has qualified for her second consecutive National Finals Rodeo and collected more than $109,000 along the way.
Winn graduated from Texas A&M University in 2020 and finished inside the Top 15 for the first time in 2022, where she completed the season at No. 13 with a total of $149,156 in earnings. A solid NFR ensures her the best season of her career.
Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, $13,760
Winn advanced out of Bracket 5 straight to the Semifinal alongside Michelle Darling in Fort Worth. A 16.24-second run locked Winn into the No. 1 spot in the Semifinals, which earned her $4,000. She ultimately finished in third place in the Final Round.
Winn was in the money each round of RodeoHouston. Her noteworthy finishes there were a first place check in Round 3 of her Super Series after a 14.51-second run. Winn then won the first Semifinal and ultimately finished fourth out of four in the Championship Shootout.
San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, 13.75 seconds
A 13.75-second run secured Winn the top spot in Bracket 2, Round 2 of the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. Winn picked up a check for $2,500 for the Go-Round win and won $5,500 total there.
That Famous Preston Night Rodeo (Idaho), 16.88 seconds
That Famous Preston Night Rodeo was a success for Winn as she cinched No. 2 on the leaderboard with a run of 16.88 seconds following behind World No. 1 Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi. Winn took home a check for $3,250 in Preston, Idaho.
Walker County Fair and Rodeo (Texas), 17.23 Seconds
Winn took home her only win of the season in the United States at the Walker County Fair and Rodeo with a time of 17.23 seconds. It is the third consecutive year Winn has won a rodeo in Texas.
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