This year's rodeo will feature some old fashioned buggies.
15 different buggies and covered wagons will be on display for all three days of the rodeo.
From a wedding carriage, to a funeral hearse, some of these modes of transportation date back to the late 1800s.
All pieces are privately owned and come from all over the state.
Organizers say this is also the only event of its kind where you can travel back in time to see how people used to get around.
"We have got quite a few unique buggies this year. Some ladies buggies, a doctors buggie that's very old. We have an old school bus, the stage coach is back. We have a wagon-train type wagon, a covered wagon. " says Neal Ness, Mandan Rodeo Committee
The buggy show is included in the cost of the rodeo ticket.
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