Super Series

The Super Series is a 19-day tournament-style competition that crowns an event champion in bareback riding, bull riding, saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling, tie-down roping, team roping and women’s barrel racing. Each champion is awarded $50,000, plus previous round winnings, a custom-made saddle and belt buckle, and an invitation to compete at RodeoHouston® the following year.

2022 Champions

Bareback Riding Champion

Jesse Pope – $60,500

Garnett, Kansas

Barrel Racing Champion

Jordon Briggs – $60,000

Tolar, Texas

Breakaway Roping Champion

Erin Johnson – $53,750

Fowler, Colorado

Bull Riding Champion

Stetson Wright – $57,000

Beaver, Utah

Saddle Bronc Champion

Sage Newman – $57,500

Melstone, Montana

Steer Wrestling Champion

Hunter Cure – $57,000

Holliday, Texas

Tie-Down Roping Champion

John Douch – $57,250

Huntsville, Texas

Team Roping Champion

Clay Tryan & Jake Long – $109,000

Lipan, Texas | Morgan Mill, Texas

Super Series STRUCTURE

The Super Series is organized into five three-day series, two Semifinal rounds, a Wild Card round and a Championship. Each series includes three rounds, with one round being performed each day. There are eight contestants in each rodeo event during the series. Each series advances the top four money winners in each event to one of the two Semifinal rounds, where 10 athletes compete in each rodeo event. Both Semifinal rounds send the top four athletes in each event to the championship, while the remaining six move to the Wild Card round for a second chance at earning a spot in the Championship. From the Wild Card, the top two athletes in each event advance to the Championship. The Championship round includes all 10 athletes competing in each event. The top four advance and immediately ride again in the Shootout round to determine the event champion.

Breakaway Roping in 2022 will follow a different format than noted above.