Danielle Lowman is Shaping Up to be the Texas Swing Queen after Cinching the Big Win in San Antonio

Breakaway roper Danielle Lowman tops the leaderboard once again during the Texas Swing

In Bracket 4 of San Antonio, Danielle Lowman did what she does best. She roped smart and it happened to tie an arena record that was at the time was 1.6 seconds.

She would go on to rope a 1.6 during three different performances of San Antonio and two of them were in the same day and one of them made her the champion.

“You know, I honestly have been thinking I want to go have big dreams of winning all these rodeos down here so I’m headed in the right direction,” she said.

Lowman is big on always believing in yourself and that is reigning true as she claims her second Texas Swing title. She was leading the WPRA Breakaway World Standings going into San Antonio and she just furthered her lead by $22,000.

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