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Pubblicato nella Nazionale Cavaliere arabo
Articolo scritto da Ellen Wright Medley

Nel suo romanzo famoso “The Alchemist,”Autore brasiliano Paulo Coelho descrive la storia di un giovane uomo, un pastore, who travels far and wide to pursue his “personal legend,”Il suo destino. The young man is told by a mysterious king that the universe wishes for each person to accomplish his or her personal legend, e come lui fa il viaggio, he encounters many other characters who help him meet his destiny in ways he never expected.

Per tutto, he seems to be in just the right circumstance to meet just the right person at just the right time. It’s a beautiful story about how people are interconnected, di ascoltare il proprio io interiore per la direzione, and ultimately following the path that has been laid out for you from the beginning. Like the young man in the story, Lucho Guimarães has sought his personal legend, in giro per il mondo in una ricerca che lo ha portato da una possibilità all'altra. And all paths lead to the same thing: il cavallo arabo. In the little over six months it has been in business, Lucho Guimarães Arabians has experienced the profound success that only happens when one is following the journey that has been meant for them all along.

ALL'INIZIO
Lucho è nato a São Paulo, Brasile, and raised in the south of Brazil with his two brothers. Non erano una famiglia cavallo all'inizio, but one of Lucho’s brothers was incredibly shy. Lo portarono a medici ed esperti, who suggested that horses may bring the young boy out of his shell. The family often went for weekend drives in the countryside, e un giorno, they came across a horse boarding facility. They walked onto the property and made friends with the owner, che ha accettato di aiutarli a trovare un cavallo. He took them to a farm that had Criollo, una razza autoctona di cavallo noti per la loro resistenza. Là, Lucho and his brothers spotted a mare and foal in the pasture, dying. “The mare was actually laying down, pelle e ossa, e non poteva alzarsi,” recalls Lucho. “She already had a bunch of sores on one of her sides from laying down and trying to get up. Il bambino era intorno a lei, probabilmente una settimana di vita e per morire troppo, Probabilmente non era stato di riposo per giorni. Me and my brothers started crying and said, ‘Questo è quello che voglio.’ Mio padre ha detto ‘Beh, non si può cavalcare che. We want a horse for you guys to ride.’” [leggi l'articolo completo]

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