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$131,696
CAREER EARNINGS

2021 Earnings:
$36,475

 
6th
2021 World Standings


 

Born: October 30, 1996
Residence: Alva, OK
Joined WPRA: 2019
Horse: Monster (15-year old bay gelding)
World titles: 0
Wrangler NFBR qualifications: 1 (2021)
Education: Northwestern Oklahoma State University - health and sports science major with a minor in biology; Masters in Education

Professional


2021 Highlights 

• Won the Chelan County Fair & Rodeo (Cashmere, WA)
• Won the 101 Wild West Rodeo (Ponca City, OK)
• Co-champion at the Wall (SD) Celebration
• Co-champion the C.M. Russell Stampede (Stanford, MT)
• Tied for third at the Cord McCoy’s Pro Rodeo (Duncan, OK)
• Won the year-end title in the Prairie Circuit for breakaway roping and Horse Monster won Horse of the Year in the Prairie Circuit

Career Highlights

• 2020 – Finished the year ranked 22nd in the ProRodeo Breakaway Roping Standings with $6,163. 7th in WPRA breakaway roping (co-approvals) with $29,861; 10th in all-around with $2,411, 11th team roping heading with $1,784, 13th in tie-down roping with $413. Won the PRCA/WPRA Breakaway Roping in Rapid City, SD and average title at the co-approved Northern Championship in Rapid City on same weekend.
• 2019 – Finished second at RFDTVs The American, the first year they featured breakaway roping. Finished as the top rookie in the co-approved breakaway standings with $50,301; all-around No. 16 with $1,164; No. 12 in tie-down roping with $397; No. 12 in team roping heading $2,457. College National Finals Rodeo Breakaway Roping Champion with Shelby Boisjoli reserve champion

Personal


Single…Father, Rusty Munsell and stepmom Christy Murrow; Mother, Tammy Hunter and stepdad Justin McCoy; brother, Hunter Munsell married to Cheyenne Munsell; sister, Lindy Munsell…Grew up in Northwest Oklahoma in a family of ropers and ranchers, and has roped her whole life but always focused on team roping. Because of overuse at a young age, she had to have a major shoulder surgery. “I headed too much and I developed too much pec muscle,” Munsell explained about having thoracic outlet syndrome. “They had to remove my top rib, take out a bunch of torn up pec muscle and do rotator cuff surgery.” With her team roping limited, she turned to breakaway roping since it doesn’t have the side motion that a heading swing does. “I got to college and started breakaway roping and really my freshman year of college was when I started getting serious about it.”…Has been known to wear khaki Wranglers after being dared to wear them at the Kansas Pro Rodeo Finals where she won the year-end and then was convinced to wear them at the 2019 semifinals of The American and just finished second overall… served as an assistant coach at Northwestern Oklahoma State University while getting her master’s degree.

 

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