Meet The Top 15 Breakaway Ropers In Vegas!

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For the first time in NFBR history, fans will have an opportunity to meet the top 15 breakaway ropers in the world, take pictures and get autographs at the South Point Arena in Las Vegas on Dec. 5, 2023.

Roping.com, the World Series of Team Roping, and Breakaway Roping Journal will host the only meet-and-greet and autograph signing booth with all top 15 breakaway ropers in the WPRA world standings who qualified for the 2023 National Finals Breakaway Roping (NFBR).

The NFBR will be held at the South Point Arena inside the South Point Hotel & Casino, Dec. 5–6. Each day, five rounds of competition will take place at 2 p.m. (PST) with doors opening at 1 p.m. daily.

After 10 rounds, the 2023 WPRA World Champion breakaway roper will be crowned, along with the 2023 NFBR aggregate champion.

“Our brands have been staunch supporters of breakaway ropers and their passionate fan base, a commitment that extends back to the launch of The Breakaway Roping Journal in 2020,” said Chelsea Shaffer, Team Roping Journal Publisher and Roping.com Content Director. “This meet-and-greet is a natural extension of that commitment, an opportunity to bridge the gap between fans and their breakaway idols, while celebrating the exceptional talent and dedication of these remarkable athletes. We believe that breakaway ropers deserve the red-carpet treatment, and we’re thrilled to create this unforgettable experience for them and their fans.”

The meet-and-greet and autograph signing will take place 45 minutes after the close of the first NFBR performance on Dec. 5 at the Roping.com booth, located on the southwest wall by the WSTR Finale red carpet adjacent to the South Point Arena.

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