Open Breakaway

Colee Cox of Tell, Texas, gathered up more than $28,000 throughout the 2024 Hooey Jr. Patriot including the Open Breakaway Championship, worth $6,169.  Cox advanced to the Open Shootout Round with an aggregate of 5.4 seconds on two runs before blowing the doors off with a 1.98-second run, earning $1,709. Her aggregate of 7.38 seconds […]

12 & Under Breakaway Semi-Finals

It was all Kaden Wyatt in the 2024 Hooey Jr. Patriot 12 & Under Breakaway Semifinals—claiming both go-rounds with times of 1.87 and 2.04 seconds, winning $5,000. He was No. 1 in the aggregate by nearly four tenths of a second, earning another $2,500. 

19 & Under Breakaway Semi-Finals

Haiden Thompson’s week started out with a dominant showing in the 19 & Under Breakaway Semifinals. Thompson entered the semifinals with the maximum two entries—a drop in the bucket of more than 300 entries.  Despite the odds, she went on to rope in 1.86 and 1.91 seconds in Round 1, winning No. 1 and No. 3 […]

15 & Under Semi-Finals

Colee Cox worked through a field of 205 entries in the 15 & Under Semifinals to lead the group of 10 moving on to Sunday’s short round. Cox roped in 2.12 and 2.10 seconds for an aggregate of 4.22 seconds, outpacing No. 2 Rylie Edens by more than a tenth of a second.

12 & Under Breakaway Last Chance Championship

Mr. Consistency Colton Charleston took the 12 & Under Breakaway Last Chance Championship with an aggregate of 7.32 ahead of a week full of Hooey Jr. Patriot roping competition.   Charleston won Round 1 with a 2.33, was second in Round 2 with a 2.51 and finished it out with a 2.48-second run in the short […]

19 & Under Last Chance Semi-Finals Qualifier

Braylee Shepherd captured the 19 & Under Breakaway Last Chance Qualifier Championship with an aggregate of 7.93 second on three head, outlasting more than 180 other ropers and earning a total of $5,356.  “At The Patriot I wanted to go make some solid runs,” the 2023 WPRA Resistol Rookie of the Year said. “I wanted […]

19 & Under Open Breakaway Results

Day #1 of the Hooey Jr. Patriot kicked off with a bang in the Watt Arena at the Historic Will Rogers Memorial Center. Chris Neal and his crew saw a nearly packed house at 8 O’clock in the morning as they ran the first calf in the 15U Girls Breakaway.  This first event also served […]