Cowboy Christmas Beneficial for Brazilians

Cowboy Christmas Beneficial for Brazilians Diane Sudario has been involved in racing and radio for nearly 25 years. Among the titles in Tress Tambors she is a two-time national champion at ANTT, two-time international Rodeo de Barretos champion, two-time American Rodeo champion, two-time Tres Tambores Superhorse champion, and four-time champion. Jaguariúna Rodeo Champion, Senior Team Crystal Champion and National ANTT Silver Competition Champion.

By reading this list, you might think: ‘Ah, she’s already there and she’s got everything she wants’. But what is left without our dreams? And the athlete and the businessman ran three more last month. Luciano Parridge, a bandit with her husband, traveled to the United States to meet Disney, to compete in the United States, and to watch the PBR-Professional Bull Rangers closely.

We must have seen something more about this amazing trip (for those who follow her on Instagram).

Diane Shroud and Luciano Parris in Orlando

Diane Sudario, was your first visit to the United States?

“No. I was in 2011 and 2012. And both times I was the only one to go to Texas. Luciano didn’t know and we were planning to travel. The outbreak happened and we postponed it for a while. Then we went on a honeymoon. -19 Reason There were many restrictions.

Then in 2022 things went back to normal and we saw it work. To keep up with PBR finishes, we tried to set everything up in record time. We are even happier. ”

And how did you manage everything?

“In fact, it was Luciano, he was so clever (laughs!). And I had a dream of going to Disney. So before we left for Texas, he arranged for us to go to the parks. He then closed the hotel and tickets and went to him.

Next to a husband who has a big dream

First Disney, you met Mickey (laughs!) And then Texas, what was your first thing when you came?

“After we stopped, I started texting people I knew who lived there. I wanted to rent a horse. Even if it’s a little race or I’m a horse. I didn’t even know it, I just wanted to feel the taste of the competition there. It was always a big dream!

Joao Leo, who had lived in the United States for four years and whom I knew in Brazil, immediately invited me to his home. We went and everything was wonderful. I became acquainted with the farm, received a warm welcome from his family, and visited some of the finest animals trained by him. It lives in my heart, all this welcome and love is with us. ”

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I saw that you won the prize check.

“Yeah. After a short walk with Joao, we got on horseback and went to a race near the house every Wednesday. I entered the prize pool and finished in 3D.

Although I did not win, I left Brazil thinking that I was achieving my dream. But when I qualified and got an American check with my name on it hahaha, that was great!

After all, one of my favorite things to do is to live every moment. Sometimes I calmed down and calmed down at the same time without any pressures or anxieties that would hinder the way.

Diane Schroed is ready to compete at Stokeyard College in Fort Worth, Texas.

And Rodio at Fort Worth, how did the opportunity come?

“Not all emotions are enough to win a prize in the United States. When I went to meet Fabiano Vieran (a recently retired bullfighter), whom I have always admired, he said, ‘Let’s train.’ Change some ideas. He’s so good at drums and he doesn’t know how to hide milk (laughs)!

And the farm is great, for rented animals, and has a wonderful lodge. I spent a few days there and before we left, we went to Rodeo in the famous downtown Fort Worth Stockyard College.

Ah, it was like another dream. I’ve seen the radio before, but I never intended to compete on that field. For those of you who want to move to Texas and run a radio station, give it a try, I recommend the Fabio Viera breeding. He does all this work with his family, I want to know! ”

Luciano Parridge, Fabiano and Gillian Vieira, Diane Schroeder

Special advice for Diane Schroed who wants to move to Texas.

“I think people who enter and travel to Rhode and Horses should see Fort Worth Stokeyard. Fort Worth, the city of Texas, where everything revolves around the West. Rodeo is held all year round on Fridays and Saturdays.

And we feel the love of the locals and the tourists for the way of life in the West. It fills in every week without a popular band concert. It’s just rods, competitions, animal fairs, themed shops and bars. It’s so beautiful to watch. And I was so happy to be there.

8 ፡ 30 p.m. on Viera Ranch Track

Do you want to spend a season in the United States?

“Yes, it is. I guess six months is not enough. If I were, it would have been at least a year. Maybe like every competitor, he could run the PRCA circuit in a trailer. I like this experience.” I want to live, I really want to. No. But who knows all about God’s plans? ”

worth it?

“yes. It was a big dream. From the time I started competing, in 1998, 1999, I watched the PRCA final games on TV. It was on ESPN and my mother copied it so I would see it later. I was amazed, I was shining, it was all very different, it was unusual for our reality.

After a long time, being there, riding and running was very special. It was important not only to compete but also to enjoy every moment. From grooming and grooming to heating, they prepare themselves, paying attention to other competitors.

Running is good, but doing what we love is different. It was very special to have this opportunity in another country. And even during this time of work, I feel like the dream is never ending. ,

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