43 Ladies On The Draw For Inaugural Canadian Finals Breakaway TODAY

43 ladies will descend upon Westerner Park today to compete in the first-ever Canadian Finals Breakaway competition. Hundreds of entries poured in for the new finals at qualifiers throughout Canada, but only the top made it through to the "big show". 

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These tough ropers will compete over two days in the very same arena the professionals of the 2019 Canadian Finals Rodeo have graced for the past two nights. FloRodeo fans can watch the Canadian Finals Breakaway, CFR, Rising Stars Junior CFR, and all other FloRodeo LIVE events by signing up for a premium subscription HERE.

Check the draw below and catch all of the barrier stretching, rope-slinging action at 12:00PM MST (1:00PM CST) each day.

Canadian Finals Breakaway Roping
1Cassie Robinson
2Kyla Kelly
3Susie Gulick
4Rika Antoine
5Lilly Artemenko
6Lawrie Saunders
7Mikenna Schauer
8Shelby Boisjoli
9Beaujana Simpson
10Natalie Atwood
11Lakota Bird
12Jenna Dallyn
13Taylor Flewelling
14Falyn Thomson
15Candance Chevallier
16Kendal Pierson
17Celie Salmond
18Macy Auclair
19KariLynn Dell
20Claudine Wolfe
21Shelby Boisjoli
22Bailey Hines(Start of second run)
23Austin Leposa
24Lawrie Saunders
25Lexi Hollingshead
26Cassie Robinson
27Payton Smith
28Barb Lillie
29Jacey Jones
30Kendal Pierson
31Lakota Bird
32Brandi Onespot
33Brittainy Smith
34Macy Auclair
35Bobbi Henderson
36Denise Swampy
37Katelin Conway
38Makayla Boisjoli
39Jenna Dallyn
40Taylor Flewelling
41Fayth Panchuk
42Keaton Collett
43Makayla Boisjoli

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