The Road Ahead for Jordan Jo Fabrizio

“It has saved my life,” she says. “There are so many girls who look up to people who rope. In or out of the arena, I can help other girls, and I take that very seriously. You never know who might be watching. I strive to be better every day.”

Fabrizio geared up for 2022
When Fabrizio is not making time for all her business pursuits, she’s making history. In 2019, she became the first-ever World Champion breakaway roper at Cheyenne Frontier Days, the first time breakaway roping appeared at the event. She finished the year ranked sixth in the WPRA Breakaway Roping World Standings. In 2020, she placed in seven out of ten rounds to win third in the world standings. While 2021 didn’t end how she wanted, the fire to compete is burning brightly in 2022, starting with a breakaway event in Odessa in January.