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WCRA and The Windy

Updated: Apr 17, 2020


We are proud to have an event as prestigious as the Windy Ryon Memorial Roping as a WCRA event. Nominate, Win / You’re In (NWYI) opportunity for athletes. If an athlete nominates their competition runs at the Windy Ryon and wins the event they will receive a qualification to a future WCRA event. The NWYI is eligible for the Open Team Roping, Ladies Team Roping and the Women’s Invitational Breakaway Roping disciplines. The Open Team Roping will be a generic qualification applied to the WCRA Segment 8 $500,000 Semi Finals event with an to be determined date in January 2021. The Ladies Team Roping and Women’s Breakaway Roping will be seeded qualifications applied to the inaugural $750,000 Women’s Rodeo World Championship in Las Vegas, November 2-7, 2020.


Events that will be part of the WCRA Nominate Win You’re In at WRMR:

  • Team Roping

  • Ladies Team Roping

  • Ladies Breakaway

  • Invitational Tie Down Roping

**Nominations MUST be in before the event begins at wcrarodeo.com. For example, if the roping starts at 8AM you must online, nominate and pay the nomination fee before roping starts**


WCRA Nominate, Win & You’re In qualification:

  • Ladies in the All Girl Team Roping and the Breakaway event that nominate their competitive efforts in the WCRA VRQ and win your event; they will earn a seeded qualification in the $750,000 Inaugural Women’s Rodeo World Championship in Las Vegas, November 3-7.

  • The Windy Ryon Open Team Ropers and Tie Down Ropers, that nominate their competitive efforts in the WCRA VRQ and win your event; will earn a Nominate, Win, & You’re In generic qualification to the next WCRA $500,000 Semi Final event in the Winter of 2021.


For More Information on the WCRA: https://wcrarodeo.com

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