Rocker Steiner Makes Big Ride on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Top Notch to Bring in Second Texas Swing Title

The San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo win goes to Texas’ own Rocker Steiner

Rocker Steiner came into San Antonio hot off of his Fort Worth win and he only picked up steam in San Antonio.

When he selected Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Top Notch, Steiner made sure to capitalize. He put an 89-point score on the board to tie for the round win with Cole Reiner and after the tie-breaker, Steiner was your champion.

“It’s always been a dream of mine not only to win a World Championship, but I don’t know if anybody’s ever won the Texas Swing,” he said. “So I won Fort Worth last year, didn’t make the Short Round here last year so I figured I would win Fort Worth again, come to San Antonio and go to Houston and win that as well so that’s the plan.”

The two-time National Finals Rodeo bareback rider is leading the World Standings as he heads into the third leg of the Texas Swing with his eyes on another big prize.

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