Guy, Montera and Boisjoli Win Big at Women’s Rodeo World Championship
Lari Dee Guy, Jimmi Jo Montera and Shelby Boisjoli are on "The Short Score" in season 4, brought to you by Farnam.

In this episode, Kaitlin Gustave sits down with the Women’s Rodeo World Championship Champion Team Ropers Lari Dee Guy and Jimmi Jo Montera and All-Around Champion Shelby Boisjoli.

Lari Dee Guy, who was inducted into the Cowgirl Hall of Fame on Oct. 26, and her long-time partner Jimmi Jo Montera turned in the fastest run of the week in the final round of the WRWC with a 5.95-second run, to win the event, earning them $60,000 each.

The Canadian cowgirl, Shelby Boisjoli, secured the Women’s Rodeo World Championship All-Around Title with team roping and breakaway roping points, taking top honors at the event held Oct. 27–29, 2021, in Las Vegas’s South Point Arena. Boisjoli, who won second in the breakaway roping worth $20,000 itself with a 2.02 second run and fourth in the team roping with a 11.56-second run, finished out the week with a 120.75-point lead on Whitney DeSalvo (her team roping partner) with a total of 1,493.5 points to earn herself the WRWC All-Around title and a $20,000 bonus. Boisjoli walks away from the ground-breaking event with a whopping $56,966.67.

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