With the excitement yesterday of the Maiden 2 Year Old Sale Stakes Western Pleasure class, followed by the 2012 Stakes Sale, Sunday morning brings a laid back attitude… Of the 65 horses in Saturday’s sale, there were a few that sold in the $30,000 range. Everyone is looking forward to seeing what next year’s 2 Year Olds will do in the show pen!
Keep checking this page for results, as we are updating them through the end of the show Sunday.
We at PleasureHorse.com would like to thank Tom and Dominque Powers, and the rest of the Powers family and friends who so diligently work to make this Futurity a success each year. See you in 2013!
Saturday morning brings us blue skies and nice breezes here at The Tom Powers in southern Michigan. Yesterday’s first day of showing was filled with some very nice horses, class sizes larger than last year, and lots of smiles from exhibitors. Stall numbers are up from last year, and we are looking forward to today’s MAIDEN 2 year old Sale Stakes Western Pleasure class, to be held just before the second annual Tom Powers Stakes Sale takes place.
Scroll to the bottom (right of news) of this page for results, and be sure to refresh your browser for the most up to date information, including refreshing when you’re on a results page, as photos are sometimes added after results are posted.
PleasureHorse.com is once again proud to bring you media coverage and online results posting for the 2012 Tom Powers
Triple Challenge Futurity! We love going to the Tom Powers for its laid-back attitude, warm breezes and friendly nature.
Started in 1980, The Tom Powers Futurity is the oldest continuously operating pleasure futurity in the world. After 31 years, entries now total well over 1000 and paybacks for last year were over $275,000.00 plus trophies and special awards!
This Berrien Springs, Michigan event is unique in that it still held outdoors. Exhibitors seem to enjoy returning year after year to the excellent campgrounds and great footing that has made this arena well-known throughout the industry. Spectator seating is covered and comfortable, and the beautiful grass ‘center field’ keeps the dust down and attitudes up.