THE EVENT   |  January 13-17, 2021

2021 Breakaway Clinic – Jackie Crawford


Breakaway Roping Clinic with Jackie Crawford

Thursday January 14th


Cost $350


Come rope with one of the best in the Nation. Students will work to learn and perfect techniques along with harnessing the power of a positive mental approach.

All skill levels welcome! Dummy roping and live cattle. 

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Stall Reservations

Stalls are available at Horseshoe Park. Please contact Jennifer Broadhead to reserve- 480-358-3793.

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About Jackie Crawford

Nineteen-time Women’s Professional Rodeo Association World Champion Jackie Hobbs- Crawford was born in Springfield, Illinois, where she learned to ride and compete in speed events. When Jackie was 12 years old, she moved to Sallisaw, Oklahoma, and developed a love for roping. Jackie was the Oklahoma High School Breakaway Roping Champion in 2000. After graduation, she attended Vernon College in Vernon, Texas, where she won a National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association national breakaway roping title as well as an NIRA national women’s team title. She went on to attend Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas, where she was part of a second NIRA national champion women’s team and was a NIRA reserve national champion breakaway roper. By the time Jackie graduated with her business degree, she had three consecutive NIRA southwest region champion breakaway roping titles under her belt. Since graduating from Tarleton, Jackie has continued to excel on the rodeo and roping scene. In addition to training top level horses, she continues to ride horses for some of the best cowboys in the business. In 2017 Jackie married her husband Charly Crawford, a 10-time NFR qualifier in heading. Together they have two children, 15-year-old Kaydence and 3-year-old Creed. Along with balancing being a wife, mother, competitor and trainer, Jackie has played a key role in the exploding trend of breakaway roping. She continues to further the sport of rodeo by conducting clinics throughout the year and giving private lessons at the Crawford’s training facility in Stephenville.