A belt buckle, a saddle, maybe a little prize money - it's enough to tempt some to try riding a wild horse or bull.

On any summer weekend, you'll find cowboys and cowgirls testing their skills on rodeo grounds throughout the West. Most will get off work on Friday and drive for hours just for the chance to compete. The good ones ride a horse or a bull for eight seconds. The best ones take home a belt buckle and enough prize money to cover their expenses. For them, rodeo isn't a sport - it's a passion.

Outdoor Idaho explores this dedication as it goes behind the scenes of a small town rodeo.

 

 

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