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2020 Graduate: Brooklyn Fuss



Brooklyn Fuss – Shelbyville, Tennessee

WHAT HIGH SCHOOL OR COLLEGE ARE YOU GRADUATING FROM?
Heritage Covenant High School

WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOLLOWING GRADUATION?
My plan following graduation is to become a performance walking horse trainer. 

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN INVOLVED IN THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE INDUSTRY AND/OR HOW ARE YOU RELATED TO THE INDUSTRY?
I have owned Tennessee Walking Horses all my life but didn’t start showing them till around 2013. 

DO YOU CURRENTLY HAVE HORSES IN TRAINING AND IF SO, WHO ARE THEY ARE WHO IS YOUR TRAINER?
I have two horses in training, Deion Is In Stride and The Smokin’ Gunn J, with Jeremy Jeansonne and Jerry Williams at J & J Stables. 

TELL US ABOUT A SPECIAL HORSE RELATED MEMORY WHETHER IN THE RING, ON THE TRAIL OR AT THE BARN?
The first Celebration, I showed a filly for Keegan Meadows and won reserve world champion. The same year I also won reserve world champion and reserve world grand champion in Equitation.

HOW HAVE HORSES HELPED YOU PREPARE FOR YOUR FUTURE?
Horses have helped me see what I really want to do in the future. I have been around many breeds of horses and I have to say Tennessee Walking Horses are my absolute favorite. 

DO YOU HAVE ANY PERSONAL WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO PASS ALONG TO FELLOW SENIORS DURING THIS TIME?
You are amazing, unique and beautiful. There is nothing more you need to be, do or have in order to be happy. You are perfect just the way you are. So smile, give love and enjoy every moment of this precious life. 

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