Sarah Wright finished ninth in goat tying at an event in Wyoming.

Wright earns top-10 finish in rodeo finals

Earl Marriott Secondary student, and champion rodeo competitor, Sarah Wright, earned herself a top-10 finish in goat tying, at National High School Rodeo Finals, which were held July 17-23 in Gillette, Wyoming.

Earl Marriott Secondary student, and champion rodeo competitor, Sarah Wright, earned herself a top-10 finish in goat tying, at National High School Rodeo Finals, which were held July 17-23 in Gillette, Wyoming.

In her first performance, Wright placed second, after her second performance she sat in fourth-place overall and after the “short go” championship round, ended up finishing ninth.

The week-long event featured the top four competitors from each U.S. State and Canadian province, as well as the top competitors from Australia.

Wright will now shift her attention to Canadian High School Rodeo Finals, which are slated for Aug. 4-6 in Virden, Man., where she will compete in goat tying and breakaway roping.

 

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