Danielle Lowman Sets New Arena Record at Rodeo Austin with 1.5-Second Run

Breakaway Roper Danielle Lowman has taken over the Texas Swing as she sets another arena record this season at Rodeo Austin

Danielle Lowman has once again etched her name in the history books of professional rodeo as she set another arena record, stopping the clock in 1.5 seconds to secure her victory in Performance 12 while reaffirming her status as a record-breaking cowgirl.

“I guess having no fear of losing, just going out there and getting rid of it whether it goes on or not, that’s just the way its goes. I mean, we’re going to back up into the box at another rodeo tomorrow and the next day so we might as well let it go and have fun while doing it,” Lowman said.

Lowman also holds the record inside Dickies Arena where she turned in a 1.6-second run to secure her spot in the Finals and ultimately take home the Championship Title.

Currently sitting at No. 2 in the WPRA Breakaway World Standings, Lowman has set herself up for an incredible season as she looks for a third National Finals Breakaway Roping qualification.

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