Unlike the previous nine years, the 10th Annual Mountain High Broncs and Bulls event to be held Saturday, June 15, at the Wallowa County Fairgrounds will be a one-day affair instead of two.

So announces Jack Conley of Wallowa who recently became president of Mountain High Broncs and Bulls, replacing Larry Wagner of Enterprise.

In addition to saddle bronc riding and bull riding competitions, which drew a total of 60 cowboys a year ago, the 2013 show again will include the popular mutton busting event plus two new competitions.

The new events are a wild horse race and youth miniature bull riding contest.

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