The northern run will move to Mount Isa this weekend for four days of campdraft action.
Admission is free at Lagoon Park on Bendall Drive with organisers expecting a big weekend with about 220 competitors.
Action kicks off bright and early Thursday morning with a beginners campdraft school held by Brett Hick, stallion shootout and part one of the teams challenge.
Friday see the Open Draft and Final, Novice A Draft and Final, part two of the teams challenge, Backyard competition and rodeo timed events including team roping, steer undecorating and steer wrestling.
Saturday will start with the Novice B Draft and Final and Maiden A Draft and Final, Restricted Open Draft, part three of the teams challenge and rodeo events including Barrel racing, calf roping, breakaway roping, steer ride, poddy ride and bullock ride.
Sunday will conclude with the Maiden B Draft, Mini Draft, Juvenile Draft, Junior Draft and Encouragement Draft and Finals.
READ MORE: 2018 Mount Isa Campdraft photos.
Mount Isa Campdraft Association secretary Lisa Pratt said campdrafting was a great family sport for all to get involved in.
"Mount Isa Campdraft showcases some of the best talent in the region," Ms Pratt said.
"We also have the timed rodeo events which adds a bit of variety for spectators."
Ms Pratt said with the ground close to town, it provided a great opportunity for town folk to attend the event.
"It's ideal for people in town who may not have attended a campdraft before. It's an easy drive to see some of the North West's best competitors," she said.
"We have a lot of talent on display so we encourage everyone to bring a chair and come watch the action."
Food, drinks and bar will be available all weekend with live entertainment from Pacific Groove.
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