2021 Earnings - ProRodeo Breakaway: $49,407
2021 ProRodeo Breakaway Roping World Standings
Born: December 23, 1982
Residence: Stephenville, TX
Joined WPRA: 2006
Horses: Peppin Up My Step “Kevin” (8-year old gelding) – Sire: Prime Talent/Sam: La Peppy Pep; Gypsy Roulette “Roulette” (7-year old mare) – Sire: Starlights Gypsy/Dam: Uno Ceelena; DS Sassy Shiner “T-Boy” (17-year old gelding) – Sire: Zans Diamond Shine/Dam: Skips Sassy Tee
World titles: 20 (2014, 2016, 2020 breakaway roping; 2008-11, 2013, 2015-16, 2018-19 all-around; 2011, 2014, 2016 team roping header; 2008-10, 2013-14 tie-down roping
Wrangler NFBR qualifications: 2 (2020-21)
• Entered her second NFBR ranked No. 7. Won a total of $12,120 after winning the first round, tied for the win in the third round, second in the fourth round, and sixth in the ninth round. Won the Betty Gayle Cooper Ratliff NFBR First Round Fast Time Award after stopping the clock in 1.9 seconds
• Finished the WPRA season 14th in the team roping heading and heeling standings with $1,750 and $1,710, respectively and 12th in the WPRA co-approved standings for breakaway roping with $16,082.
• Won the Othello (WA) PRCA Rodeo
• Won the Sheridan County Fair & Rodeo (Gordon, NE)
• Won the Atoka (OK) Pro Rodeo
• Won the Helotes (TX) Festival Association Rodeo
• Finished second at Sheridan WYO Rodeo
• Finished second at Greeley (CO) Independence Stampede
• Tied for second at the Abbyville (KS) Frontier Days
• Currently ranked No. 11th in the WPRA Breakaway Standings (co-approved) with $16,704 and currently tied for No. 12 in the team roping heading with $1,750 heading into WPRA World Finals in Waco, TX in November
• 2020 - Won her 20th overall WPRA world title and 3rd breakaway roping title upon the conclusion of the first National Finals Breakaway Roping (NFBR) with $47,185 in earnings. Won the first round (1.9 seconds) at the NFBR in Arlington and also won the Betty Gayle Cooper Ratliff Fast Time Award given to the winner of the first round on behalf of the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Museum. Placed in six out of 10 rounds, then tied for the win in the semifinal round and third in the final round. Won $25,536 at inaugural NFBR. Finished second at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo behind Cassie Bahe. Tied for second at the Killdeer (ND) ProRodeo Breakaway Roping
• 2019 – Won her 19th WPRA World Title (overall) in the all-around category
• 2018 – Won her 18th WPRA World Title (overall) in the all-around category, becoming the second most decorated member in the WPRA behind Wanda Bush with 32 world titles. Was reserve world champion in the breakaway roping with $18,886.
• 2017 – Reserve world champion in the all-around and team roping heading category
• 2016 – Tied JJ Hampton’s record of 17 WPRA World titles after winning the all-around, breakaway roping and team roping (header) title
• 2015 – Won the WPRA World All-Around title
• 2014 – Won three WPRA World titles in breakaway roping, team roping (header) and tie-down roping. Was reserve world champion in the all-around category
• 2013 – Won two WPRA World titles in all-around and tie-down roping. Was reserve world champion in the breakaway roping with $5,217
• 2012 – Reserve world champion in the all-around and breakaway roping
• 2011 – Won two WPRA World titles in all-around and team roping (header). Reserve world champion in the team roping heeling category and the tie-down roping.
• 2010 – Won two WPRA World titles in all-around and tie-down roping. Reserve world champion in the team roping heeling category.
• 2009 – Won two WPRA World titles in all-around and tie-down roping. Reserve world champion in the breakaway roping
• 2008 – Won two WPRA World titles in all-around and tie-down roping
• 2006 – Finished third in the final WPRA tie-down roping world standings
Won the first round (1.9 seconds) at the 2020 and 2021 NFBR winning the Betty Gayle Cooper Ratliff Fast Time Award given to the winner of the first round on behalf of the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Museum.
Husband Charly Crawford (11-time PRCA NFR qualifier Team Roping Header) married Dec. 2013, son, Creed (born in 2017); stepdaughter Kaydence; daughter, Journey (born March 2021)…Grew up competing in the speed events of barrel racing, pole bending and flag race in Illinois. It wasn’t until she moved to Oklahoma when she was around 11, that her list of events changed. Said she didn’t have a real passion for rodeo until she moved to Oklahoma and was around kids with a passion and she fell in love with it. Started roping around 14 or 15 years old…Mother, Annette Hobbs, instilled a strong work ethic and got her started in horsemanship to support her roping. Also credits Lari Dee Guy, who gave her the opportunity early in her professional career to ride top horses and rope every day…Started hauling and competing on her horse T-Boy when he was 5 and won the first roping they went to as a team at Joe’s Boot Shop Roping in Clovis, N.M….Trains horses and puts on breakaway roping clinics…Charly bought Jackie her PRCA permit for Valentine’s Day in 2015 and she has competed in the team roping at PRCA Rodeos…Participated on the WPRA Team in 2014 what was known as the Fireball Run, which was a week-long driving scavenger hunt that spread the word about missing children. Season 8, Fireball Run America’s Frontier online reality filmed entertainment series began in Frisco, TX and ended in Independence, MO.