THE Queanbeyan Charity Rodeo is back in town this weekend and rodeo president Mark Mills is promising spectators plenty of thrills and spills.
"The action is non-stop," Mills said. "It's eye-popping entertainment, it's amazing. The atmosphere is just electric."
Some of Australia's best rodeo riders are expected to take centre stage at Queanbeyan Showground on Saturday to compete in one of the biggest and richest rodeos in NSW.
With $20,000 in prize money up for grabs Mr Mills said competitors will be digging deep to stay in the saddle.
"It's one of the most dangerous sports in the world, these guys have a lot of try and guts to get on these bulls," he said
"The cowboys and cowgirls will be doing their best on the bucking horses and bucking bulls.
"It's a big adrenaline rush riding wild horses or bulls. Once you've done it once, you can't wait to do it again, you're addicted to it.
"The 2013 Queanbeyan Charity Rodeo will be held at the Queanbeyan Showgrounds this Saturday. Gates open at 2pm for a 4pm start.