2019 Rodeo Cowboy
“I just try to conduct my life properly and leave the rest to the Lord.”
Will Lowe, pro rodeo Cowboy, was born on Christmas Eve 1982, the middle of three children, in Gardner, Kansas to Alex and Susan Lowe. Will’s love of rodeo started at a very young as his family had season tickets to the American Royal Rodeo in Kansas City since before he was born. At the age of seven he began bronc riding. His parents wouldn’t allow him to ride bulls (steers) and they didn’t make bronc saddles for seven year olds, so Will rode bareback. Will rodeoed at Spring Hill High School and was a three time bareback champion and an all around champion in Kansas High School rodeo. Will earned his Associate in Science degree at Vernon (Texas) College. In 2001 he joined the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association. He got off to a running start winning 2002 Resistol Overall and Bareback Rookie of the Year while finishing third in the world. That same year, Will married professional barrel racer, Tiffani, in Las Vegas, Nevada and they have two sons, Garrett William born 2009 and Levi born 2012. Will won the World Championships belt buckle in 2003 and set a record for winning the most bareback riding money in a year. In 2004, he was the World Champion runner-up and he retook the World Champions in 2005 and 2006. He placed second in World standings in 2012. He has qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo for every year since 2002 except for 2016 and 2017. In 2019 he was champion or co-champion in six rodeos including the Dodge City Days Roundup Rodeo. Will Lowe currently resides in Canyon City, Texas.