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Delta Fall Classic Announces Judges



Delta Fall Classic is pleased to announce judges for the 7th Annual event to be held at the Tunica Arena & Expo Center in Tunica, Miss. on November 10-12, 2011. Steve Hankins, Sr. of Tazwell, Va., Steve Beam of Arab, Ala. and Andy Simpson of Dover, Tenn. will serve as judges of the three-night event.

We would also like to remind all trainers in the Rider’s Cup Championship that we are the last Triple Point Show of the year and look forward to large, competitive classes!

Don’t forget to book your rooms with Harrah’s Casino Tunica.  Please contact Harrah’s at 866-635-7095 and mention the Delta Fall Classic or rate code: S11DEL1.  Additional accommodations available at the Horseshoe Casino mention the Delta Fall Classic or rate code: S11DFC1
 
Spots are almost full so please contact us as soon as possible for Stalls, Sponsorships, and our catered ringside tables:

deltafallclassic@hotmail.com
Janet Howell 931-703-0150
James Benton Pendleton 615-804-0443
Bo Teague 931-607-6669
Jordan Howell 615-390-1194
www.deltafallclassic.com

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