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Multi Purpose Pavilion

Rankin County has a full service facility providing opportunites to a variety of interests including many Rodeos, Horse Shows, Dog Shows and Riding Clubs. The facility is located off I-20 in the downtown Brandon area and only 10 minutes from Jackson, our state capitol.

The facility offers a two covered arenas, approximately 200 stalls, 32 electrical hookups, bucking chutes, holding pens and spectator seating.

For Booking, promotions and scheduling, please call Cotton Yancey at (601) 238-3332.




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This facility is open for riding 24/7, providing there is nothing booked. This provides an excellent opportunity for anyone needing to work their horses on a regular schedule. We are the only facility with roping and bucking chutes and back pens set up and ready to use. All we ask is that you make a simple courtesy call before you rope or buck out roughstock.

You will find the Rankin County Multi-Purpose Pavilion quiet, peaceful and secure with regular patrols by the Brandon Police Department and the Rankin County Sherriff’s Department.

Emergency medical services are right around the corner including a hospital, MEA clinic, fire station, emt service, pharmacies and veterinarians.

Several auto and truck dealerships are within spittin’ distance representing all major brands and then some.

You have your choice of a wide variety of local eateries including everything from MacDonald’s to Chinese, Mexican, BBQ and good ol’down home cookin’.

The Rankin County Coop has all you need in the way of feed, tack and the like, located east on I-20 at the Brandon east exit # 59.