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The history-making Jordan Jo Hollabaugh was crowned National Finals Breakaway Roping Average Champion in 2020, the first year for the event. In 2019, she also 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. Jordan won the first-ever breakaway roping event at the Cheyenne (WY) Frontier Days Rodeo in 2019. In her early years in the sport, Jordan competed in the World Junior Team Roping and won the world title in the 14-and-under division.
When she’s not in the arena, Jordan keeps busy as an assistant college rodeo coach, marketing consultant, broadcaster, and host of the breakaway podcast, “In the Loop.”
SHOP JORDAN JO HOLLABAUGH'S GEAR
Combining her own athletic success, communication skills, and industry connections, it’s easy to see how Jordan Jo Hollabaugh (formerly Fabrizio) has become one of the best known ambassadors of breakaway roping.
THE ROAD AHEAD FOR JORDAN JO HOLLABAUGH
GEARED UP FOR 2022
Jordan Jo Fabrizio was immediately back in the saddle when the 2021 season came to a close in September. After being crowned National Finals Breakaway Roping Average Champion in 2020, Fabrizio missed finishing in the top-15 this year.
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