Cowboys and cowgirls are invited to don their Akubras and make their way to the showgrounds for the East to West Coast Rodeo Championships.
For more than 20 years some of the best riders have travelled from across the country to compete in the event, which has been held for the last eight years in Orange.
Championships president Allen Wilson said the riders would be chasing gold and silver buckles as champions of each of the rodeo events.
"The rodeo draws the cream of Australian talent," Mr Wilson said.
The Australian Aboriginal bare-back champion Luke Metcalf will return to Orange to compete, as will some of the best bull riders in the country.
"It's bone-crunching family action," Mr Wilson said. "Just non-stop action."
The rodeo will have a jumping castle for the children and food stalls set up to keep families fed.
Mr Wilson said Orange Hawks will be running the bar and country-music graduate Holly Wilson would perform.
"Local champion motorcross riders will be there, the Canobolas Motorbike Club, to compete against the winners of the quarter horse race," he said.
"They've been doing it for years and they've only beaten the horses once.
"There's not too many times you'll be able to see a motorbike rider beat a horse around a barrell, but it can be done," he said.
The Ronald McDonald House will also be a winner, with $1 from every slice of pizza sold going towards the charity.
Gates are open at 4pm with the action kicking off at 6pm.
For tickets visit www.ticketebo.com.au
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