JSR Roping







Roping Info


November 17th


#12 handicap.

Capped at #7

4hd Pa/1 Enter 3X

P1D2 $150


BO 8am Close: 5:30

Close: 6:30

Rope @7




Bronze to Hi Pt roper

Buckles to Average



November 18th


#9 4 Head Pa/1

P1 D2 or Draw 3

$150 enter 3x

Cap 5e

Books open 7:30

Close 9:00

Rope 9:30

Top 20 to Short Go


Saddle to Hi Pt

Buckles to Average

Prize line thru 5th

** award to hi pt #3 roper



All Girls Roping

#10 handicap capped at 6.

Follows #9.

Books close end of 3rd Round of #9

P1/D2 or D3

$130  3 Head  Pa/1

Buckles to average with prize line thru 4th.


* award to hi pt #3 or lower.

November 19th




BO 8:30

Close 9:30

Rope 10


P1 D2 or D3

Enter 4x $120

3Head  Pa/1

Saddle to  High Point Roper

Buckles to average

Prize line thru 4th


Cash or Checks accepted


Roping Location

Robertson Hill Ranch Perrin Tx

3845, Rambling Rd,

Perrin, TX 76486


100% of the JSR Roping Proceeds goes

 to benefit the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund

About The Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund


With no guaranteed salaries or injured reserve provisions in the sport of rodeo, these professional athletes are often left with no place to turn when faced with serious, sidelining injuries and the accompanying financial hardship. Recognizing that serious injuries can be traumatic enough without the additional burden of financial worries, the Justin Boot Company formed a partnership with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA)  to establish the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund (JCCF). The Fund incorporated in 1990 and was granted 501-C3 status as a non-profit charity organization in 1991.


The JCCF lends a helping hand to professional rodeo athletes and their families in the event of serious injuries resulting from professional rodeo activities and fills the void of financial hardship when the inevitable serious injury interferes with the careers of those who have dedicated their lives to the sport.  JCCF had awarded in excess of $7.5 million in need-based financial assistance to more than 1050 injured rodeo athletes and their families.


Assistance awards are based on the severity of injury, the number of dependents and the applicant’s financial situation. The Fund also takes into consideration the individual’s involvement in and/or contribution to the sport of professional rodeo.

Unique among today’s numerous charitable organizations, the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund stands above the rest by dedicating 100% (+) of all contributions received for disbursement to eligible applicants. This uncommon practice for a charitable organization is made possible by the joint commitment of the Justin Boot Company and the PRCA, which underwrite all administrative costs associated with managing the JCCF, leaving all monies received through contributions (and as investment earnings) to serve their intended purpose.


Due to the generosity of Justin Boots and together with our Partners at the Justin Sportsmedicine Team, we are committed to supporting today’s professional rodeo athletes.

Mission Statement: To provide need-based financial assistance to athletes injured through their participation in professional rodeo.


2015 Results


12 Slide

1st: Jim Coffman / Jay Ghoulson 23.56 $2100

2nd: Hector Villareal / Chris Teague $1380

3rd: Jim Coffman / Carson Pilgram $900

4th: David Wooley / Brenna Harmon $790

5th: Kaitlyn Hall / Chris Teague $670

6th: Glen Sullivan / Tyler Sullivan $590

Saddle Sponsors
Gary Moseley (Stock Charge)

Gary Case


(817) 901-4314