Ropes and Goats draws contestants after finals
Kate Scott, a high school goat tyer from North Carolina, stopped on her way home from the NHSRA Finals to tie goats at Ropes and Goats on July 23, 2013. But the high-money winner of the evening was Kailyn Groves who won the T-Shirt with the theme, “Give it all you got, but give God the Glory.”
There was lots of tough competition with 61 entries. Harland Groves won $5 for reciting Psalm 32:9 “Do not be like the horse or the mule, which have no understanding but must be controlled by bit and bridle or they will not come to you.”
Thanks to all of the volunteers who make it possible for kids of all ages to improve their skills in the rodeo arena. The last Ropes and Goats of the season is July 30. The Bible verse to memorize is 1 Peter 5:8.
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Ropes and Goats Results, July 23, 2013. Everyone gets three head.
Junior Junior Boys/Girls Goat Ribbon Snatching
1. Kaycee Groves, 26.69, $35
2. Treg Thorstenson, 36.89, $21
3. Bobby Brewer, 38.33, $14
Junior Girls Goat Tying
1. Mikenzy Miller, 28.05, $45
2. Kailyn Groves, 28.80, $27
3. Jayden Shoemaker, 33.00, $18
Junior Boys Goat Tying
1. Cole Brewer, 38.34, $75
Senior Girls Goat Tying
1. Shayna Miller, 23.49, $88
2. Katy Miller, 23.69, $66
3. Kaitlin Peterson, 24.60, $44
4. Karlee Peterson, 27.11, $22
Junior Junior Boys/Girls Breakaway
1. Treg Thorstenson, 9.75 (on 2 head), $20
Junior Girls Breakaway
1. Kailyn Groves, 17.28 (on 2 head), $60
Junior Boys Breakaway
1. Trevor Olson, 9.08 (on 2 head), $75
Senior Girls Breakaway
1. Kailyn Groves, 8.00 (on 2 head), $70
2. Mikenzy Miller, 9.65 (on 2 head), $42
3. Karlee Peterson, 4.00 (on 1 head), $28
Open Girls Breakaway
1. Katy Miller, 7.9 (on 2 head), $144
2. Bailey Peterson, 10.3 (on 2 head), $108
3. Karlee Peterson, 15.46 (on 2 head), $72
4. Tanielle Arneson, 17.03 (on 2 head), $36
Open Boys Breakaway
1. Trevor Olson, 5.33 (on 2 head), $60.
–Ropes and Goats
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