There are few shortcuts in life but there is one for ladies hoping to get a shot at the life changing money available at the 2022 Women’s Rodeo World Championship (WRWC)—the new WRWC Qualifier Series.
Imagine if your pay rate equalled that of 2020 Women’s Rodeo World Champion (WRWC) barrel racer Hallie Hanssen.
The World Champions Rodeo Alliance has provided millions of game-changing financial opportunities for professional rodeo athletes—literally 9,758,698 of them, in dollars that make sense—since the first event in May 2018.
Tacy Kay Webb has fought in the army of front-line workers against a worldwide pandemic. And doing literal life-or-death work has given this 23-year-old Texan great perspective on rodeo’s role in the grand scheme of things. Still, she grew up in a rodeo family and was born to love the game.
Riley Webb is a roping gunslinger whose rodeo resume includes his current reign as the 2020 National High School Rodeo Association tie-down roping titlist. Webb’s been busy climbing the rodeo ranks from an early age. And later this month—when Riley rides into the World Champions Rodeo Alliance’s July 20-24 Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo in Salt Lake City—he’ll take a swing at becoming the youngest cowboy millionaire on rodeo record.
You’ve got to have a balance in life. For WCRA athlete Kaleb Summers, it’s a balance between rodeo, hunting and professional noodling.
Michelle Darling lives up to her last name in the looks department. But don’t that runway-model face she sees in the mirror every morning fool you. Talent runs deep in this busy working wife, nursing-school student and barrel-horse-trainer mom, who has a proven A-List world beater by the name of Martini in her barn.