That’s a wrap for the ladies roping in the Bob Feist Invitational in Reno! This year, the event offered a youth incentive and nomination as an RFD TV’s American qualifier. In case you missed it on the Wrangler Network live stream, here’s how it went…
Team Roping Average Champions: Jenna Johnson & Whitney DeSalvo
Header Jenna Johnson and heeler Whitney DeSalvo took home $17,000 and a mountain of awards.
Doesn’t Johnson and DeSalvo just sound like a winning team?
DeSalvo placed first and third in the All-Girl Team Roping average. This helped her claim the All-Girl Heeler title for the third time!
DeSalvo also won the first round with fellow WPRA roper, Lari Dee Guy. This team is a former champion from the 2018 Charlie Challenge.
What a team to watch!
Breakaway Roping Average Champion: Kelsie Chace
Newly engaged, Kelsie Chace, took home the Gist Silversmiths breakaway buckle. She totaled 8.21 seconds on three calves!
This buckle is going to pair well with her new ring!
Besides her engagement, Chace has some big news to launch with Durango Boots!
Breakaway Roping Youth Incentive Winner: Fallon Ruffoni
It was great to see so many Charlie 1 Horse Hats worn in their very own event. Check out their competition collection here! Also, click here to find the full results of the All-Girls Challenge at the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center!