FRIDAY ALL IN RACE
Champion: Emily Wilkins on Chasin Easy Money 14.044 $1,500
FRIDAY · OPEN
1D - Angie Hammock on Frenchies Lil Rose 14.122 $616
2D - Madie Barton on LS My Kinda Partyboy 14.637 $528
3D - Summer McKinnon on Zanes Zoe 15.125 $352
4D - Jason La Certosa on Shotguns N Lace 16.125 $264
SATURDAY · FUTURITY
1D - Merrill Mundy on She Wood Smoke You 14.045 $900
2D - Melissa Nancarrow on Hope N Perseverance 15.117 $600
SATURDAY · DERBY
1D - Cherise Dellaire on Driftin Too Fame 14.161 $436
2D - Sabrina Hawk on Sheagogo Girl 15.161 $290
SATURDAY · OPEN
1D - Emily Wilkins on Chasin Easy Money 13.675 $1,420
2D - Emily Tomlinson on Cajessanotherredcat 14.235 $1,217
3D - Sydney Godoski on CTR Mokeys Pepto 14.676 $812
4D - Nick Sicilio on Titan 15.719 $609
SUNDAY – FUTURITY
1D - Caryn Henry on Royal Slick Design 14.058 $900
2D - Melissa Nancarrow on Hope N Perseverance 15.073 $600
SUNDAY – DERBY
1D - Cherise Dellaire on Driftin Too Fame 14.092 $436
2D - Sabrina Hawk on Sheagogo Girl 15.262 $290
SUNDAY · OPEN
1D - Kailey Brooks on Won Man Can 13.630 $1,428
2D - Brittany Dellaire on Famous in no Time 14.182 $1,224
3D - Jamie Rewis on SR Red Rock Candy 14.635 $705
3D - Katie Carroll on Hootie Miester 14.635 $705
4D - Connie Patillo on Smoke A Lena Freckle 15.647 $612
SUNDAY · SWEEPSTAKES
1D - Kailey Brooks on Won Man Can 13.630 $664
2D - Brittany Dellaire on Famous in no Time 14.182 $569
3D - Cheyenne Cason on Miss Famous Scarlett 14.667 $379
4D - Jessica Hedric on Leggs 15.756 $284
1D - Jordyn Pleskovich on Mysticssunfrostwonder 14.133 $315
2D - Cherise Dellaire on Driftin Too Fame 14.643 $270
3D - Elizabeth Howell on Whiskey Terms 15.159 $180
4D - Presley Perez on Peachie Wonder belle 16.142 $153
The 2019 ALL IN Barrel Race, in it's fourth year, is scheduled for December 5 - 15 at The Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
Results courtesy of urodeo.com
Saturday Open 5D Barrels Winners
1D Brittany Tonozzi A French babe 16.209 $841.00
2D Jordan Ellery He’s Mighty Holy 16.715 $701.00
3D Rebecca Rothlisberger Ottyes Girl On Fire 17.214 $561.00
4D Kay Nerwich Perks So Easy 17.713 $421.00
5D CARLA OSBORNE SHES ROYALLY QUICK 18.219 $280.00
Sunday Open 5D Barrels Winners
1D JOLIE WATSON WILDCAT GRAHAM 16.052 $887
2D KYLEIGH POWELL STOCKINGS OF FAME 16.552 $740
3D EMILY BECKER STREAKING MOON BEAMS 17.058 $592
4D Allison Rowe Aces Freckles 17.582 $444
5D Chris Adamik Hey Fishy Fishy 18.057 $296
WACO, TEXAS – The 2019 WPRA World Finals came to an electric finish with Wrangler NFR qualifier Tillar Murray setting a new arena record inside the Extraco Event Center in Waco, Texas.
Murray, of Fort Worth, Texas, won the short round in the WPRA Card Holder Race on Sunday, October 27 stopping the clock in a time of 15.534 seconds. The previous record prior to today was held by Taylor Langdon with a 15.57 set earlier this month at the Heart O’ Texas Fair & Rodeo. That time was bested twice during the WPRA World Finals with two-time WPRA World Champion Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi running Ima Famous Babe stopping the clock in 15.564 seconds as the ninth runner out on Sunday. Murray came eight runners on Royal Star Commander later and turned in the record run.
“I can always tell when Commander walks down the alley if it’s going to be a nice run and today he came to win,” said Murray after the record run. “Win or lose though, I treasure every run I get to make on him.”
Alex Lang captured the average title in the cardholder race an earned a spot in the 2020 RodeoHouston. Lang finished with 47.223 on three runs on Angels On The Moon, barely edging first-time Wrangler NFR qualifier Dona Kay Rule who finished with a 47.225 on the 2019 Barrel Racing Horse of the Year High Valor. Pozzi Tonozzi was third in a total time of 47.250 and Murray took fifth with a 47.481.
Pozzo Tonozzi took the average title in the Derby division riding Ima Famous Babe with a two –run time of 31.336, followed by Kelsey Lutjen on VF Chasin Cans with a 31.440. Hilary Van Gerpen won the world title aboard PC Judge Cash N Lace the same mount she won the WPRA Futurity World Title a year ago.
Kassie Mowry aboard Famous Ladies Man took the futurity average title at the WPRA World Finals with a 31.712, while Cayla Small on Slick N Black was second in 31.993. Karen Gleason won the world title aboard Mobetta Fame. Colleen Vondra took home the Futurity 2D World Title on SCF Lakewood Fame.
In the Junior Division it was McKenzie Morgan taking home her first WPRA Junior World Championship. Morgan of Maryville, Tennessee won over $40,500 on the year and although she didn’t compete in Waco, her lead was too great for anyone to catch her. Taking home the average title in the junior division from Waco was Paige Jones on High Cotton Lane. She finished with a two run time of 31.577 to edge Alexis Lynch on Firin To Be A Hero with a 32.165.
Winning the Permit only race was Jessie Domann with a 48.422 on three runs. She easily filled her permit picking up $1,036 for the average alone.
A full list of results can be found at www.wpra.com.
For Immediate Release
Women’s Professional Rodeo Association
Oct. 27, 2019
Contact: Ann Bleiker – 719-330-4293