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Born: March 17, 1980, in Brenham, Texas
Residence: Giddings, Texas
Joined WPRA: 1995
Horses: Imanonstop Princess (12-year old palomino mare), Collecting Diamonds (7-years old)
World titles: 0
Wrangler NFR qualifications: 2 (2003-04)
Tour Finale qualifications: 2
• Pace Chute-out: 2003-04
Education: Texas A&M University (1998-2000); Blinn College (Brenham, Texas), degree in physical therapy (2000-2003)



Career Highlights
• 2009 - Finished the year ranked 27th in the world with $35,438. Won the Yuma (Colo.) County Fair & Rodeo.
• 2008 - Finished the year ranked 18th in the world with $45,622; won the Liberty (Texas) Rodeo, the Lincoln County Fair Rodeo (Afton, Wyo.), the Big Sky Pro Rodeo (Great Falls, Mont.), the Oakley (Utah) Independence Day Rodeo, the Buffalo Bill Rodeo (North Platte, Neb.).
• 2007 - Won the Mineral Wells (Texas) Rodeo and the New Mexico State Fair & Rodeo, Albuquerque, N.M. Finished the year ranked 27th in the world with $30,545.
• 2006 - Won the Butte (Mont.) Vigilante Rodeo.
• 2005 - Finished 34th in the world standings with $28,120.
• 2004 - Set arena record at the Red Bluff (Calif.) Round-up with a time of 17.34 second en route to the Tour round and aggregate title; won the Tour round and average titles at the Laughlin (Nev.) River Stampede, won the Oakley (Utah) Independence Stampede; was a semifinalist at the Pace Picante ProRodeo Chute-out (Las Vegas); won Rd. 7 at the Wrangler NFR with a time of 13.88 seconds and Rd. 8 in 13.72. She placed in five additional rounds. Finished the year ranked fourth in the world with $127,768.
• 2003 - Won Star of Texas Fair & Rodeo (Austin, Texas); set the arena record at the Pace Picante ProRodeo Tour Finale in Las Vegas with a 13.28 second run; won Rd. 3 with a 13.67-second run, Rd. 7 in 13.97 seconds, Rd. 8 with a 13.97 and Rd. 10 in 13.68 seconds at the Wrangler NFR; finished third in the world standings with $120,690. Captured the San Antonio Derby Championship title.
• 2001 - Harlequin Derby Champion.
• 2002 - Gold Cup Futurity Champion, Ardmore (Okla.) Futurity Champion and the Victory Farms Futurity Champion.
• 1998 - Lazy E Futurity Champion and Elite Futurity Champion.


AQHA World Champion Junior, 2002.


Husband Lane Jatzlau (owns a construction company, married in 2008)…Her sister is Tammy Fischer and her mother is Peggy (Dube) and her father Jack passed away in 2006 after a battle with cancer...Got involved in rodeo because her parents trained race horses and her first competition was in 1984…She now trains horses when not barrel racing. She actually trained Tammy's horse Easy Dash Oak...Hobbies include water skiing, basketball and swimming...Her riding style is for first place every time and that has gained her the nickname "Wild Child," which she got during the NFR…Graduated from Giddings (Texas) High School… Favorite rodeo's are RodeoHouston and the Pendleton (Ore.) Roundup because they are both very unique in their set-ups and they draw a great crowd…Favorite food is steak, favorite music is country and R&B, favorite movie is Hope Floats, and favorite books is Mercy by Jodi Picoult…Rodeo idol is Charmayne James.