THIS YEAR HE MADE A BIG JUMP WITH AL BAB, but when he was only 6 years old, this Galician rider told his mother he wanted to ride a horse. Today he excels in national equestrianism and dreams of continuing to unleash his passion.
22 November 2022 . Updated at 05:00.
Theirs started out as a spark and the leap they took together was spectacular. HE Al Bab is a miura, a special, sensitive girl with a high capacity and lord of ponies. this helps him focus and increases his inner speed. He runs like the wind with the strength of forty thieves, and given his temperament, you’ll have to think twice to catch up with him. Bab is quite nervous, brave and tough and really likes to compete.He says he rose above those who knew him from above. He listens to the bell and the bell goes off like a rocket, citing Eva as an example,Laura Andrade’s mother (A Corua, May 11, 2011), 11-year-old Amazon this summer second place in the Spanish Cup with pony B, only a few tenths of first place. But this equestrian adventure begins a long time ago.
When I was 6 years old, I said to my mother ‘I want to ride’ one day. And he put me on some horses. We went to one, and a few months later we came to where I am, at Finca Abrigosa Laura begins to tell. I will never know why he rode a horse because the movies on the subject came later. He got on one first; Sherry vagabond then i saw him. I rode a horse and never got off. When you get on one for the first time, there are only two possibilities: either you don’t like it or you like it, you don’t want to go back, or you don’t want to leave, explains Laura. Sometimes you need to hear that what you are doing is not really a sport or that the horse is going alone. But he knows from experience that this is not the case, that owning a horse takes time (months) and all the time and care that must be devoted to training and racing.
Before long, his passion galloped away as fast as Al Bab. Laura competed in dressage for the first time at the age of 8, finishing second in Galicia in this modality in 2020. and got bronze medal next year. Next, he’s already focused on jumping. Between jumping and dressage, his hobby of galloping grows and matures: Jumping gives him the adrenaline and discipline, that is, the moderation he needs. And who doesn’t? Dressage calms me down and jumping feels more. I really like both, but I focus more on jumping, admits Coruesa, the horsewoman who already owns two ponies (for rent), very different but each special in her own way, Cachopo and Al Bab.
The adventure of great rivalry with Al Bab started earlier this year. The pony fell into the hands of Laura with good references: she was the 2020 Spanish Cup champion. zoe romero, Laura’s teammate and a real and close reference to her who helped catch the animal. It was last January, when Al Bab was released and Laura was measuring the risk of trying life on her back. They loved each other, understood each other, and risked everything. After participating in several local championships and the Infanta Elena Trophy in Madrid together, she competed in the Spanish Cup with Laura and Al Bab B ponies.. Laura’s national debut in the cup did not disappoint. managed to beat 66 participants (The word used to denote a team of 66 couples, ponies, and riders). It was three days of intense competition from June 23 to 26. First, Laura was the leader; he placed seventh on the second day and second in Spain on the third day.
Laura and her mother want to share the taste of this success with the children. jumping trainer Marina ArandaWho was it that encouraged the young Amazon and completely trusted him, made him work hard, trusted him, to protect Al Bab, his property? Roberto Ares, owner of Finca Abrigosa. This is a very good club with very good kids. We are one big family, Eva emphasizes.
The horse riding hobby in Galicia is great. But it doesn’t resonate and the key is the tools you have. Eva explains. At each competition you have to take care of the cost of transporting the horse, renting boxes, lodging, registrations, and that means you have a lot of money. The ideal would be to get sponsorship, because with age the difficulty of competing increases. You are competing with people who have very good horses, horses that can cost around 30,000 euros, a relative number.
THERE’S MORE HOBBY THAN YOU’VE SEEN
At the practice level this is a sport that anyone can do, but at the competition level it is elitist. It’s an elite sport and shouldn’t be because there are more fans in the media than meets the eye.
On the verge of puberty, Laura insists on reining in her passion for horses.. I enjoyed his recent success in Portugal. it was in september Esposende National Jumping CompetitionAt Club Hípico do Norte, he took first place on three consecutive days of the competition in the 0.80 meter test.
He remembers that it all started with the first pony he taught, the Cachopo., this made it easy for him. And he loves how crazy and handsome Al Bab is, which made things a little harder for him. The thing she loves most about her current partner is that she’s always willing to risk anything. This story also talks about the continued support of his first fan, his 6-year-old sister Martina. the back of a horse. a pony.
Since Al Bab is too small for me, it is my dream to find a horse for myself and go to shows with him and achieve good results together. And if I can go on with Al Bab [esta temporada prev que ser la ltima con l], achieve good results in competitions with it. “My dream is to keep going,” Laura concludes. It’s impossible to end…
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