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Riley Webb attended his first rodeo when he was just a week old. When he was a few months old, he began traveling with his parents to weekend roping’s. His dad, Dirk, worked in the arena and his mom, Jennifer, helped with entries. It didn’t take Riley long to realize he wanted in the arena. Riley roped his first calf when he was just four years old. Ever since that day, Riley has had his eye set on becoming a World Champion Tie-Down Roper. Riley has a long list of great accomplishments as a young roper such as setting foot in the Thomas and Mack Arena as a National Finals Rodeo Opening Trick Roping Act from age 9-11, qualifying for The American Rodeo and San Angelo Roping Fiesta as the youngest tie-down roper and qualifying for his first ever National Finals Rodeo in 2022.
• 2020 National High School Tie-Down Roping Champion