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Owner and Exhibitor: Blake and Jackson Cammack



Black and Jackson Cammack – Longview, Texas

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN INVOLVED IN THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE INDUSTRY?
Blake-20 plus years
Jackson-Ever since I was born

WHAT HORSES DO YOU CURRENTLY OWN AND WHO ARE THEY IN TRAINING WITH?
Blake-A Titleist Masterpiece & Jammin The Blues, Howard Hamilton & Patrick Thomas
Jackson-Benelli, Edgar Abernathy

WHO IS YOUR FAVORITE PAST WORLD GRAND CHAMPION AND WHY?
The Black Night Shade. He added so much to the breed through the short time that he stood at stud.

IF THERE WAS ONE AREA OF THE INDUSTRY YOU COULD CHANGE OR RAMP UP, WHAT WOULD IT BE AND WHY?
Blake-Marketing. Our industry will never start to grow if we do not start marketing our horse to people outside of Middle Tennessee.
Jackson-More horse shows

IF YOU WERE NOT AT THE BARN OR A HORSE SHOW, WHAT WOULD WE FIND YOU DOING IN YOUR FREE TIME?
Blake-working or bird hunting
Jackson-riding my side by side or bird hunting with my dad

WHAT ARE SOME OF THE TV SHOWS, MOVIES OR NETFLIX FEATURES HAVE YOU BEEN BINGE WATCHING DURING THE PANDEMIC?
Blake-I don’t watch much TV
Jackson-Mountain Monsters

WHAT WOULD YOU SAY HAS BEEN THE HIGHLIGHT OF YOUR SHOW CAREER THUS FAR?
Blake-I have several… winning my first world championship is always a special memory but the highlight of showing happened this past year when I won a world championship on A Titleist Masterpiece and then my son, Jackson won a reserve world championship in the very next class.
Jackson-Winning a reserve world championship on Benelli

WHAT WORDS OF WISDOM CAN YOU GIVE TO THE HORSE INDUSTRY ON THE PANDEMIC?
Blake-Wash your hands and maintain good hygiene so that we can flatten the curve.
Jackson-Wash your hands, wash your hands, wash your hands so my dad will quit telling me that all the time.

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