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Tom Powers Triple Challenge Futurity 2010

Started in 1980, The Tom Powers Futurity is the oldest continuously operating pleasure futurity in the World. After 28 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.

Latest Tom Powers 2010 News & Show Results

  • Pine Meadow Quarter Horses

    Olivia Hoecker from Ohio and her family are pleased to present their two stallions, World & Congress Champion Hotroddin Zippo and Congress Champion Sire Mr Notibily Zippo. See also their two new new

  • The Horse’s Agent

    Some are born for sales, others have it thrust upon them. This statement sums up how I became “The Horse’s Agent”. “Happy horses make Happy owners.”  I seem to have a natural ability

  • DeGraff Stables / Liberty Farms

    This farm represents the completion of Phase I of our aggressive renovations to convert it into one of the best advanced reproduction facilities available to the World-Class Champions and Champion producing Stallions that

  • Conifer Quarter Horses

    Owned by Brian & Kim Brandriet. Home of Congress Champion, Macs Good N Plenty and his young son, Ty. Macs is a Leading Sire of western pleasure horses & has also made his

  • Enchanted Oaks home of Zippos Gold Rolex, Hot Fudge Chip, Dont’ Skip This Chip

    Family owned and operated, Dick & Charlen McBride take great pleasure in offering everything from great minded show horses to World and Congress quality prospects. They have been fortunate to be able to

  • Western Show Jackets

    By the time Susan made the decision to step away from her two decade old fashion design business in 2001, she had already been designing and making show jackets, for nearly 7 years.