After Las Vegas
November 2, 2010
First of all, I want to congratulate the 2010 PBR World Champion Renato Nunes. Renato showed us what it takes to be a champion and proved that at the end what matters is how well you can ride.
We had an amazing race this season, and having the international riders do so well proves how big the sport of bull riding is. I am sure our riders gave everything they had on the top of those bulls, and that is why we can call them “the best 40 riders in the world.”
I’m looking for the 2011 season, and I hope to have you with us along the way.
God bless you my friends,
Live From The PBR World Finals!
October 18, 2010
Hello my friends! I just got into Las Vegas today for the PBR World Finals. I have been coming to this city for the past 18 years, but this year (as last year) I come only as PBR fan. Unfortunately I am not riding anymore, but I will still be able to watch this amazing race to the world title.
I know exactly what the top riders are feeling, as I have been there. I know exactly what the riders who don’t have a chance to win the world title are feeling, as I have been there so many times as well. But the one thing I do have to say: These guys are my heroes. Being able to ride all year long: sometimes with injuries, sometimes when you are in slump and is up to you to get out of it, and making it to the World Finals is a big deal.
I want to congratulate the 40 riders who made to Las Vegas this year. You can count on my prayers, and I will be there to cheer you all on.
To Austin, JB, Renato and Valdiron: It is just amazing what you have done this year. Have a great finals because we are surely going to have a great show!
Adriano Moraes On PBR, New York
October 1, 2010
I am so happy to be a part of the athlete blogs on the new Ariat.com where I am going to share with you my thoughts and my life. Thanks for joining me!
Today the top 10 riders in the world are heading to New York City to compete at Times Square. It’s going to be an amazing event where PBR and its great stars; both riders and bulls, will be able to show the entire country what this great sport is all about it. It is also great publicity for the sport because there is no bigger stage we can think of it. Besides that, this event will give the riders the on-going momentum going into the finals next week. I’m looking forward to see the big stars shinning on the Big Apple ground!