Broncs and Bulls

Kathleen Ellyn/Chieftain Ray Baird of Midvale puts a new spin on “mountain high” on this big paint at the 2017 Mountain High Broncs and Bulls. Baird came in third with combined score on two rides of 148.

Mountain High Broncs and Bulls Rodeo is back for its 15th run and it’s going to be a corker. The Western States Ranch Rodeo Association sanctioned event is part of the 8 Seconds Whiskey Ranch Bronc Riding Tour. Six Oregon cowboys are in the top 30 rankings for bronc riding this year.

The rodeo, which follows Enterprise Summerfest June 23, swings open the stock gates for the first event, Mutton Busting, at 5 p.m. at the Wallowa County Fairgrounds.

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