Lari Dee Guy

Name and Hometown: Lari Dee Guy – Abilene, Texas

2-time National Finals Breakaway Roping qualifier

8-time WPRA champion

Joined WPRA: 2005

Regular Season Earnings: $12,109

Starting 2021 NFBR in 5th place

Major regular season rodeo wins –

• Back When They Bucked (Deadwood, South Dakota), $2,366
• Parker County Sheriff’s Posse Frontier Days PRCA Rodeo (Weatherford, Texas), $2790
• World’s Oldest Rodeo (Prescott, Arizona), $2,250
• Mandan (North Dakota) Rodeo Days, $2,376
• West Texas Fair & Rodeo (Abilene), $3,105
• Pro Rodeo Tour Finale (Salinas, California), $3,658

Fun Facts about Lari Dee: Abilene has a lot of reasons to be proud of Lari Dee. Even though she graduated from high school at Clyde, Texas, Abilene has always been home. She grew up on a ranch that has been in her mother’s family. After her parents got married, they set out to make that ranch better. Lari Dee and her older brother Tommy have been part of that. It’s a rare day that she’s not horseback and that has given her opportunity and knowledge to not just be a great roper, but a great horsewoman. She has helped train many of Trevor Brazile’s horses. She has been at the helm of the “Rope Like a Girl,” campaign and is proud to be inspiring and teaching women roping and horsemanship skills. One of her greatest honors was being inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame this year.

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