The Brad Borton Memorial Limited Non-Pro Longe Line is a perfect tribute to a man who cared so deeply about young pleasure prospects and the industry. We thank everyone who participated in his class and/or donated in 2018 and 2019 and look forward to bringing you an even bigger and better class in Wilmington, Ohio in 2020!

Brad Borton Memorial
Limited Non-Pro Longe Line

Champion: Best By Design owned by Brett & Heather Caplinger and shown by Brett Caplinger; $1750 and the Brad Borton Memorial Trophy

Breeder's Bonus: Best By Design owned by Brett & Heather Caplinger and shown by Brett Caplinger; $1750 and a custom Harris Show Halter

Reserve Champion: Itz Lazy Time owned by Brett & Heather Caplinger and shown by Heather Caplinger; $1400 and a show pad donated by Golden West

Third: Shes Plenty Southern owned and shown by Rebecca Smiecinski; $1100 and a 20x Felt Hat donated by Brook Parrish

Fourth: Dun Lopin owned by Dennis & Karen Reifsnyder and shown by Jessica Wazny; $850 and a Kathy Williams Tail Extension

Fifth: Shez Just That Pretty owned and shown by Jack Creditt; $750 and a Yeti Roadie Cooler

Sixth: All A Sudden Lopin owned and shown by Traci McDavitt; $550 and a fully loaded groom bag

Eighth: Ima Kustom Kruzer owned and shown by Mark Smuda; $450 and a Kathy Williams Tails Fitted Shirt

Ninth/Tenth: The Solitaire Affair owned by Brent Walker and shown by Mallory Vroegh; $350 and a Harris Leather Cleaning Kit

Ninth/Tenth: These Irons Are Wise owned and shown by Rebekah Tackett; $260 and a Harris Longe Whip

*All exhibitors won a gift bag eith items donated by McLelland's and Tribute and Brad Borton Memorial ball caps donated by Ben Young.


2020 Calendar


2020 stallion list
Time to reserve your breedings.
Contact Tom for inquiries about your favorite stallion.
Click on Stallion Trust page for more details.


World Equestrian Center Willmington OH
June 22 (move-in)-28, 2020

Move-in June 22 NOON
NO exceptions


For information:
Christa Conway

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Three Decades Strong


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

It 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.

2016 Futurity total paybacks over $279,789 + trophies and awards. The futurity starts with 2 days of PRE FUTURITY classes. All these classes will be NSBA approved, 1 judge, $25/entry no office or drug fe. This part of the show is mandatory no bling or silver. Only legal and plain equipment and showing clothing. No braiding / no banding. Tail extensions optional. Only show halter and show longe line for LL classes will be permitted for practice purpose. The futurity itself will e held from Wednesday through Sunday. Our Stakes sales 2yr old and 3yr old WP classes will also be held during the week along with the Triple Challenge Futurity Yearling Stakes sale on Saturday July 1st. For the 3rd year in a row, we wil also be the host to the prestigious Western Sires Super Sires classes.


Please email them to Dom Powers: