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Advice for Riders

Gustavo Mirabal Castros’s advice for riders

Every rider needs tips and more when you haven’t experience. Today we will give you some advice for riders from the mouth of the Venezuelan rider Gustavo Mirabal Castro.

The experience in any sport is full of multiple anecdotes and throws a certain degree of wisdom.

It is precisely those little pearls that take on extraordinary value for those who are just beginning the journey.

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Advice for riders Gustavo Mirabal


Advice for riders #1

In an interview with Venezuelan rider Gustavo Mirabal Castro, he was asked what advice he would give the riders and this is what he told us:

Interviewer: What advice for riders would you give to those who are just starting out riding and wish to be riders or coaches?

GMC: Which is one of the sports in which you go from the sublime to the ridiculous in seconds … you have to have a lot of perseverance, discipline, a lot of desire to work hard because it is possible to fulfill dreams.

Advice for riders #2

Probably for those who are beginning to practice some form of riding, learning is hard, however, as long as you feel like it, you get ahead.

Interviewer: Please also give us some advice for riders to help them become better athletes

GMC: The tips are many but the main one is WANT TO ACHIEVE IT, if that is clear to them go to my social networks! – laughing-.

In recent months the portal of this Venezuelan http://www.gustavomirabal.es has gained a lot of strength.

Everything is due to its diverse and complete articles about the sport on horseback.

In addition to recipes and care for the physical and emotional health of equines.

What has made followers of many countries comment, tag and share such content.

Due to this high rate of interaction with the public that loves horses, it is that the Venezuelan rider offers that joking response.

Advice for riders #3

Following the interview with the Venezuelan lawyer and businessman, we asked him for another advice for riders or valuable information:

What do you most admire about horses and why?

The loyalty and complicity that is created between the rider and his horse. If you create that special bond he will give you 100%, the rest will be triumphs and good times.


Advice for Riders
Advice for Riders

In summary these are the advice for riders:

  • Every rider must create a special connection with his horse
  • Be persistent
  • Be disciplined
  • Mistakes are part of the learning process
  • Be willing to work hard
  • You have to want to get ahead
  • You can not surrender
  • Create a feeling of loyalty and complicity with your horse
  • Yes dreams can be fulfilled
  • Communication with the horse is vital to gain your trust

Short biography of Gustavo Mirabal Castro

Gustavo Mirabal Castro is one of the most renowned amateur riders in Venezuela, his native country, when it comes to equestrian jumping.

His first federative competition in Venezuela took place at Club La Lagunita, Miranda state, at the age of 10 years.

On podiums in Florida, Madrid, Belgium, Paris, London, Saint Tropez, Cannes and Monaco we heard our National Anthem: Gloria al Bravo Pueblo.

In 2009 he went from being a rider to a businessman after opening his farm G & C Farm.

“I built my G & C Farm brand, I hired a Venezuelan rider and I managed to take him from the 200th place in the world ranking to 22, in a time of 16 months, that’s history in Venezuela,” he said.

This athlete has managed to train various riders from Venezuela and other countries, which is why it has transcended in his career.

However, Gustavo Mirabal Castro withdrew from the competition in March 2018 to devote himself to his business as a lawyer and his family, but more importantly, he looks forward to returning to competition.


Unpublished interview to Gustavo Mirabal Castro



If you want to know more about Gustavo Mirabal or Equestrian Word, go to:

https://gustavomirabalcastro.online or http://gustavomirabal.es or http://gustavomirabal.com