About 60 miles east of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills you'll find another rodeo where glitz and glamor don't count for a whole lot.
All that really matters is that you stay on that bull.
Cowboys big and small will be riding, roping and wrestling as the 25th annual Norco Mounted Posse-Professional Rodeo Cowboys' Association Rodeo gets under way.
The three-day event at Ingalls Park is scheduled to start at 5 p.m., Friday with a greeting from Miss Norco Mounted Posse Rodeo Queen Jessica Saenz, followed by a bareback riding competition and steer roping and wrestling contests.
At about 7:30 p.m., kids 6 years and up will try their hand at "mutton busting," staying aboard fast-moving sheep for a score.
The main event -- bull riding -- is set for 8 p.m. Nationally competitive riders will struggle to make 8 seconds on PRCA stock bulls, interspersed with the antics of rodeo clown Slim Garner, according to event organizers.
A "cowboy dance" is set for 9 p.m., featuring music by the Doo Wah Riders.
The event continues Saturday and wraps up Sunday with a "Challenged Riders Rodeo."