Jordi Edens

Name and Hometown: Jordi Edens, Gatesville, Texas

1-time National Finals Breakaway Roping Qualifier

Joined WPRA — 2020

Regular Season Earnings: $64,245

Starting NFBR in 7th place

Major regular season rodeo wins –

• Oakley Independence Day Rodeo (Oakley City, Utah), $6,387
• World’s Oldest Rodeo (Prescott, Arizona), $4,688
• Black Hills Roundup (Belle Fourche, South Dakota), $4,426
• Fallon County Fair & Rodeo (Baker, Montana), $5,987
• Puyallup Rodeo at Washington State Fair, $15,700

Fun Facts about Jordi: She wasn’t born with a rope in her hand, but it surely came soon after. Her father, Tommy Edens qualified for the 2007 WNFR in the team roping. Her mom, Lori, was the reserve champion in high school twice, a position that Jordi earned in 2019 as well. Last year she finished in the top 40 in the world standings qualifying her for the winter rodeos. She got off to a slow start, then was the high money earner in her event over the Fourth-of-July at $15,156. Her hard work, determination and support of her parents paid off. She was inside the top 15. But with two world champions behind her in the world standings, she couldn’t let off of the gas. Then she won the Cinch Playoffs at Puyallup, Washington. After collecting $15,700 there she could put her foot on the brakes and start thinking about her first WNFBR qualification.

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