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Richest Rodeo Rolls Into Kalispell

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Get out your boots and your cowboy hats--the richest bucking horse event in the nation is coming to Kalispell this Saturday, October 19.

Festivities start at 9:00 a.m., but the main event gets rolling around 7:00 p.m., and already about five hundred tickets have been sold.

Tickets will also be available right up to the event.

More than forty saddle broncs and twenty-two cowboys from all over North America will compete for the $56,000 in prize money at the Cinch Bucking Horse Championships.

"You're gonna see some really high-marked bronc rides and you're gonna see a lot of guys get bucked off. You're gonna see some outstanding horses," said Bob Pecora, one of the event's coordinators.

For more information about ticketing and the schedule of events, click here.

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