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Sponsor one of the largest and longest running Quarter Horse futurities in the world!

Several levels of sponsorship are available. Click Here to learn more about the various sponsorship opportunities.

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2015 Triple Challenge Calender

Great Lakes May 15 - 17
Judges: Charlene Carter, Dereck Hanscome, Don McDuffee, Gary Trubee
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Patterns - Charlene Carter
Patterns - Randy Alderson

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Jeff Bujack Quarter Horse Shows June 20-21
Judges: Mike Carter, John Dean, Russ Smith
NEW $6 entry fees
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Triple Challenge NSBA/AQHA Dual Approved Special Event June 23rd
Judge: Steve Brown
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(will be available soon)

Triple Challenge Futurity Circuit June 25-28
Judges: Jon Barry, Steve Meadows, Jonathan Meilleur, Randy Wilson
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(will be available soon)

Maiden 2yr old WP Stakes class: Saturday afternoon June 27th

Stakes Sale and BBQ: Saturday afternoon June 27th

Western Pleasure Super Sire Classes: Saturday afternoon June 27th


Three Decades Strong

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

guysIt began with two classes, Two Year Old Western Pleasure and Two Year Old Hunter Under Saddle. Total payback the first year was $3500.00. There were about twenty five total entries. Classes were held at Tom's farm in Ada, Michigan either outside in the mud, or in the indoor arena 60 by 240 feet long and dusty.

Despite the unpleasant conditions, the Futurity continued to grow each year. Now entries are well over one thousand and paybacks over $275,000 plus trophies and awards.

This event is unique in that it still held outside in Berrien Springs, Michigan. 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. Weather is commonly a factor as thunderstorms, rain and wind have caused plenty of excitement in past years. An indoor arena is available but outside is where everyone wants to show their young entries, many for the first time.

2014 Futurity total paybacks over $318 000.00 + trophies and awards The futurity is held with three AQHA shows, a NSBA/AQHA Dual Approved Special Event and the Stakes Sales class and yearling auction.