Kelsie Domer

Name and Hometown: Kelsie Domer, Dublin, Texas

2-time Wrangler National Finals Breakaway Roping qualifier

Joined WPRA: 2011

9-time WPRA Champion

Regular Season Earnings: $112,281

Starting 2023 NFBR in 5th place

Major regular season rodeo wins –

• Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, $5,520
• San Antonio Rodeo, $4,000
• Rodeo Houston, $3,500
• Rodeo Austin (Texas), $3,929
• Old Fort Days Rodeo (Fort Smith, Arkansas), $4,681
• Crooked River Roundup (Prineville, Oregon), $3,553
• Oakley (Utah) Independence Day Rodeo, $7,174
• Black Hills Roundup (Belle Fourche, South Dakota), $4,358
• Ogden (Utah) Pioneer Days Rodeo, $4,956
• Magic Valley Stampede (Filer, Idaho), $4,141
• Walla Walla (Washington) Frontier Days, $5,734
• Ellensburg (Washington) Rodeo, $5973
• Governor’s Cup Rodeo (Sioux Falls, South Dakota), $15,000

Fun Facts about Kelsie: Her priorities changed in 2022 and those priorities caused her to miss the NFBR by five spots. Kelsie was pregnant with her first child. After Oaklynn was born in August, she returned to competition when she could, but came up short. It didn’t matter for the new mom and her husband, Ryan, as they had been blessed with the most precious gift. Now, Oaklynn is just over a year old and has been around the country traveling with her breakaway roping mom. Kelsie grew up in Oklahoma and got a scholarship to Southwestern Oklahoma State University. She competed at the College National Finals Rodeo three times, earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Most of her success this year has come aboard Kits Tiana Play, “Little Man,” a 2006 gelding that finished second in the horse of the year category.

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