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2021 Earnings:

2021 World Standings


Born: June 12, 1993
Residence: Las Cruces, NM
Joined WPRA: 2020
Horses: Six Moon Legacy “Calamity” (6-year old blue roan mare) - Sire: Sugs Six Moon Breeze/Dam: Tuckers Short Stuff; Captains Playboy “Jeter” (12-year old bay gelding) – Sire: Captains Quixote/Dam: San Badger Playgirl
World titles: 0
Wrangler NFBR qualifications: 1 (2021)
Education: New Mexico State University (Las Cruces, NM) – degree in Animal Science and master’s degree in Education


2021 Highlights 

• Won the Parada Del Sol (Scottsdale, AZ)
• Finished second at Cheyenne (WY) Frontier Days Rodeo
• Tied for second at Black Hills Roundup (Belle Fourche, SD)
• Finished third at Days of the Old West Rodeo (Delta, UT)
• Finished third at the Big Bend Round-Up (Waterville, WA)
• Won the Stockyard Pro Rodeo (Fort Worth, TX)

Career Highlights

• 2020 – Finished the year ranked 94th in the ProRodeo Breakaway standings with $747 and was 151st in the WPRA Breakaway (co-approved) standings with $1,123
• 2019 – Finished tied for second in the average with Hope Thompson in breakaway roping at the WPRA World Finals in Waco, TX


Husband, Brice (New Mexico State University rodeo coach)…Has been interested in the sport since she could sit on a horse. Started roping when she was 8-years old…Parents are Kevin and Jenny Sweazea; brother, Carl (PRCA team roper)…Qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo three years (two in goat tying, once in breakaway and once in team roping) and was a two-time year-end all-around champion of the Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo Association… Team ropes with her husband and gives roping lessons….Calamity was a surprise baby to my family and I. I bought Calamity’s dam as a roping prospect not knowing that her previous owner had tried to breed her but thought the mare didn’t take so she sold her. I was using the mare and roping on her but she kept getting fatter and fatter. All of a sudden she started to bag up and out popped Calamity a week later.