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2019 Earnings:
2019 World Standings


Born: April 6, 1994
Residence: Hermiston, OR
Horses: Brownie Bi Bogie "Brownie" (22-year old brown gelding) Sire: Bogie Biankus/Dam: Chets Babe; Ciscos French Mirage "Laurie Darlin"
Joined the WPRA: 2013
World titles: 0
Wrangler NFR qualifications: 0
DNCFR/RNCFR qualifications (actual rodeo seasons): 1 (2015)
Education: Blue Mountain Community College, Associates Degree in Business



2019 Highlights

•     Won Ellis County Livestock Show & Rodeo (Waxahachie, TX)
•     Finished second in Big Fork (MT) Summer ProRodeo

Career Highlights

•     2018 - Finished ranked 33rd with $42,565
•     2017- Finished ranked 40th with $34,782
•     2016 - Finished the year ranked 21st with $50,609. Qualified for the Canadian Finals Rodeo. Won the IPE and Stampede (Armstrong, British Columbia), the Moses Lake (Wash.) Round-Up, the Chief Joseph (Ore.) Days, the Strathmore (Alberta) Stampede and the Williams Lake (British Columbia) Stampede; Finished second at Molalla (Ore.) Buckeroo Rodeo, the Bruce (Alberta) Stampede and the Sundre (Alberta) Pro Rodeo
•     2015 - Finished with $17,420; finished second at the Othello (Wash.) PRCA Rodeo with her sisters finishing first and third (a 1-2-3 finish). Won the average title at the Columbia River Circuit Finals and qualified for her first Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo. Reserve champion at RNCFR. Finished second at Chief Joseph (Ore.) Days and Kitsap Stampede (Bremerton, Wash.); won Bonner County Rodeo (Sandpoint, Idaho) and Lewiston (Idaho) Roundup; finished tied for second at Spokane (Wash.) Interstate Rodeo.
•     2014 - Finished with $8,303
•     2013 - Finished with $4,246 and was 26th in the rookie standings.


College National Champion Barrel Racer, 2015


Husband, Brady Tryan (PRCA team roper)...Parents, Shane and Maureen (a computer teacher at Hermiston High School) Crossley; Sisters - Jade Crossley and Jordan Minor (married to team roper Riley Minor)...Raise and train all their own horses with Shane breaking and starting them on cattle before they are taken to the barrel pattern...Callahan rode Brownie to the College National Finals title in 2015 but prior to that Jordan and Jade had used him there as well. In fact he ran at eight CNFRs, totaling 29 runs in the same arena and only knocked down two barrels...Brownie came from Callahan's aunt - Butch and Mary Knowles (Butch Knowles a 1987 NFR saddle bronc riding average champion and now a rodeo TV commentator) ranch, where he was raised until the age of 6...Helped Blue Mountain Community College win their first women's College National Finals Rodeo team title in 2015.