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2020 Earnings:

2020 World Standings


Born: December 10, 1990
Residence: Canyon, TX
Joined WPRA: 2009
Horses: Whistles Drift Wolf “Shorty” (14-year old gelding) – Sire: Driftin Wagon/Dam: Lenas Whistle; Smarter Than Gage “Leonard” (7-year old gelding) – Sire: Smarter Than Tom/Dam: Smart Annie Jo
World titles: 0
Wrangler NFBR qualifications: 1 (2020)
Education: West Texas A&M University (Canyon), masters in business administration and bachelor’s degree in marketing


2020 Highlights 

• Won the National Finals Breakaway Roping average through 10 rounds with a total time of 34.5 seconds on 10. Placed in 7 out of 10 rounds, advanced to semifinals and tied for win in the semifinals and finished second in the final round. Won $26,426 at inaugural NFBR
• Tied for third in the breakaway roping at the Woodward (OK) Elks Rodeo
• Tied for fourth at the Killdeer (ND) ProRodeo Breakaway Roping
• Tied for fifth at the Cody (WY) Stampede ProRodeo Breakaway Roping

Career Highlights

• 2019 – Won the non-sanctioned breakaway roping at the Cheyenne (WY) Frontier Days Rodeo, the first ever breakaway roping at the famed rodeo. Finished the year ranked sixth in the WPRA Breakaway Roping World Standings with $25,073
• 2017 – Finished the year ranked ninth in the WPRA Breakaway Roping World Standings with $7,052


Single…Dad, Tom and Mom, Debbie (WPRA member) and younger sister Rylea…Competed in the Colorado Junior Rodeo Association, then USTRC roping, open roping and now ProRodeos…When she was 14 competed in the World Junior Team Roping in Enid, OK and won the world title in the 14 and under division…Names her mom and rodeo coach Raymond Hollabaugh as two of the greatest influences on her career…Assistant Rodeo Coach at West Texas A&M University…Has her own marketing business Fabrizio Marketing where she does websites, social media and any type of business marketing.