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Tunica Fall Classic Releases Tentative Class Schedule



The Tunica Fall Classic, scheduled for November 6-8, has released a tentative class schedule. Located at the Paul Battle Jr. Arena. For more information contact The Celebration at 931-684-5915.

Tunica Class Changes for this year:
Deleted Classic Park Pleasure Riders' Cup on Thursday
Added Amateur/Amateur Trail Pleasure, Opt. Tack on Friday
Moved Amateur Owned & Trained to Saturday

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.

GPS Address: 3873 US Hwy 61 North Tunica, MS 38676

Click Here to view the TWHNC's web site.

Click Here for the arena's web site

Click Here for tentative class schedule

 *ReporTV will be Live Streaming this show, as well as, posting highlight videos each day following the session.



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