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2021 Earnings:

2021 World Standings


Born: June 30, 1992
Residence: Gilbert, AZ
Joined WPRA: 2019
Horse: MP My Spice Is Money “Lil Moe” (11-year old gelding); Boots (10-year old mare)
World titles: 0
Wrangler NFBR qualifications: 1 (2021)
Education: Diné College (Tsaile, AZ)


2021 Highlights 

• Won the Cache County Fair & Rodeo (Logan, UT)
• Won the Fallon County Fair & Rodeo (Baker, MT)
• Co-champion at the Golden Spike Rodeo (Tremonton, UT)
• Co-champion at the Wild Rides Rodeo Killdeer (ND)
• Tied for second at the Hugo (OK) Pro Rodeo

Career Highlights

• 2020 – Finished the year ranked 57th in the ProRodeo World Standings with $1,649; Finished 23rd in the WPRA breakaway (co-approved) standings with $11,284
• 2019 – Finished ranked 130th in the WPRA Breakaway (co-approved) standings with $1,500


Single…Grew up on the Navajo Nation in White Cone, AZ and her father Ernie Lowman (who passed away in 2013) was involved in rodeo. Mother is Nora Lowman; two brothers and four sisters. She started roping in college in 2013…Is a five-time Indian National Finals Rodeo qualifier…Started team roping first and then learned to breakaway rope from Bailey Bates and NFR barrel racer Kassidy Dennison. Started roping in college rodeo but has team roped since she was 10…Said rodeo is huge in her Native American culture. They have horses, cattle and goats to take care of and grow up working hard outdoors, then go inside and help Grandma cook…Her first Navajo Nation Fair title came in 2009 after winning the ladies team roping with Debbie Robbins…Boots is a home raised mare…Has family who love to rope so it’s family fun at all the Indian Rodeos.