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72 – The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association was created on February 28, 1948 and was first known as the Girls Rodeo Association (GRA). WPRA – Crowning World Champions since 1948!

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40,000 – number of seats at Globe Life Field but due to COVID-19 only 15,000 a night were sold

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14 – NFR Qualifications by Lisa Lockhart and Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi

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3 – number of world titles Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi and Hailey Kinsel are hoping to clinch in 2020

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2020 – The year that no one expected

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11 – world titles won by Charmayne James, a member of the inaugural WPRA class inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 2017

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17 – number of world titles won by WPRA roper JJ Hampton

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19 – number of world titles won by WPRA roper Jackie Hobbs Crawford

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32 – Most world titles won in the WPRA by Wanda Bush Harper, a member of the inaugural WPRA class inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 2017

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5 – Number of first-time WPRA Wrangler NFR Barrel Racing qualifiers

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2- Number of times High Valor, owned and ridden by Dona Kay Rule, has won the Purina Horse of the Year Award presented by AQHA

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7 – Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, becomes the seventh city the NFR Barrel Race has taken place in (Clayton, N.M., Scottsdale, AZ, Santa Maria, CA, Fort Worth, TX, Oklahoma City, OK, Las Vegas, NV and now Arlington, TX)

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54 – number of years since the NFR Barrel Race was held in Texas. Held in Fort Worth from 1962-1966

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$3,342,661 – WPRA Career earnings leader Sherry Cervi (through 2020 regular season)
Followed by:
Lisa Lockhart $2,717,315
Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi $2,454,801

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9 - Length of time the Jerry Ann Taylor award has been presented to the Best Dressed barrel racer at the Wrangler NFR

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$350,700 – Highest Single Season Earnings record in the WPRA set by Hailey Kinsel, 2018

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5 – Number of WPRA Barrel Racers who have placed in all 10 consecutive rounds at the NFR:
Colette Graves Baier, 1974
Lynn McKenzie, 1978
Charmayne James, 1986
Kristie Peterson, 1996-97
Sherry Cervi, 2013

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Each Montana Silversmiths buckle requires 110 man-hours to complete and weights about one pound. They have a solid sterling based with solid gold (24 carat; ribbons, letters and cast figures; they are valued at about $17,500 each.

 

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