Black Hills Stock Show celebrates 30 years of Broncs for Breakfast

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Rapid City, SD A 30 year morning tradition at the Stock Show continued Wednesday.

Folks were getting their fill of rodeo excitement and biscuits and gravy Wednesday during Broncs for Breakfast.

Attendees bid on 32 cowboys, trying to guess which bronc rider would take home the buckle.

Each of the cowboys rode using their own saddle -- not a traditional sanctioned saddle...and organizers say it's a good time for everyone involved.

Tif Robertson, Broncs for Breakfast chair says, "We take a certain percentage out for the Central States Fair foundation which goes into scholarships which goes into better improvements on the fair grounds so its a great way to raise some money for a good cause and these guys have a great time you can tell its packed here."