64th Annual Miles City Bucking Horse Sale This Weekend
By OutdoorAly

Posted: May 16, 2014

Montana is known for its rodeos, but the Miles City Bucking Horse Sale is in a class of its own. This event upholds its long standing reputation as one of the state’s best known rodeos and weekend of cowboy ruckus.

The Bucking Horse Sale celebrated its 50th anniversary in May 2000. Some of the best bucking stock in the nation have been showcased in Miles City since 1914, when the Miles City Roundup began. Today, top rodeo contractors come here to buy the stock they will use to entertain millions of Americans in years to come. The classic confrontations between cowboy and bronc start Friday evening and by the time Sunday afternoon draws to a close, several hundred ornery critters have given their first indications of whether or not they will join the bronc hall of fame with the likes of SkyRocket, High Roll, Big John, Dark Journey and Jake.

Friday May 16th
4:00 PM Trade Show Opens at Fairgrounds
5:30 PM Rodeo Grand Entry
5:45 PM Wild Horse Race
6:00 PM Bucking Bull Sale
6:30 PM Mutton Bustin’
7:00 PM Wild Horse Race
8:30 PM Street Dance (Downtown – Main St.)
Saturday, May 17th
6:00 AM Range Riders Museum Breakfast
9:30 AM BHS Parade – Main St.
10:00 AM Sheep Shearing Contest – AgriSports Center
10:30 AM Quick Draw Art Show – Riverfront Park
12:00 PM Trade Show Opens – Fairgrounds
12:30 PM Sheep Shearing – Professional Finals
1:00 PM Horse Races – First Race
1:15 PM Rodeo Grand Entry
1:30 PM Wild Horse Race
2:00 PM Miles City Bucking Horse Sale feat. the World Class Bucking Futurity
6:30 PM Wild Horse Race
9:00 PM Street Dance (Downtown – Main St.)
Sunday, May 18th
9:30 AM Custer County Art Center Sunday Brunch/Artist Reception
10:30 AM Cowboy Church – Fairgrounds
11:00 AM Trade Show Opens – Farigrounds
12:00 PM Horse Races – First Race
1:10 PM Match Bronc Ride Grand Entry
1:30 PM Match Bronc Ride Calcutta
3:00 PM Match Bronc Ride
6:00 PM Wild Horse Race


For more information on the Bucking Horse Sale click here.

feature photo: DAVID GRUBBS/Gazette Staff

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