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Tunica Fall Classic Makes Additional Changes



The Tunica Fall Classic, planned for November 6-8, has made additional changes to their existing schedule. Three classes have been added and one has moved to a different night.

Class 38 (Friday Night) Amateur Racking Horses
 
Class 39 (Friday Night) Walking Horse Trainers Auxiliary Members on Walking Horses has been moved from Saturday night to Friday night.

Class 45 (Saturday Night) will be Amateur Two & Three-Year-Old Trail Pleasure Walking Horse, Optional Tack 

Class 58 (Saturday Night) Specialty Racking Stake

The event will be held at the Paul Battle Jr. Arena. For more information contact The Celebration at 931-684-5915.

GPS Address: 3873 U.S. 61, Tunica, MS 38676

Click Here to view TWHNC's web site.

Click Here for the revised class schedule

Click Here for Payback and Sponsorship Information

The Gold Strike Hotel & Resort will again serve as the Host hotel for the Tunica Fall Classic.  Reservations can be made by calling 1-888-245-7829.  The reservation code for room discounts is 1411TUNICA.   Rooms are reserved in blocks, and when those rooms are booked additional blocks are requested by The Celebration®.   If there are problems making reservations, please contact The Celebration® at 931-684-5915.

The Report will be Live Streaming and posting highlight videos following each day.

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