Dare to Dream Big

Book Dare To Dream Big by Chris Navarro

First of all, I want to announce to my friends about the release of my new book. ‘’Dare To Dream Big’’ and it will take you on an inspirational journey of discovery.

Dare To Dream Big in ArtPrize

In the last year 2018 my monumental bronze sculpture ‘’Dare To Dream Big’’ was entered in the largest art competition in the world. Art Prize 10 in Grand Rapids, MI with 1420 artist entered and over 500,000 visitors. Making it the most attended public art event in the world.

About The Dare To Dream Big

After that, The sculpture I created tells the story of a cat sitting on books. Looking into a mirror and seeing his reflection as a lion. Overall It is about imagination and the power of belief and dreaming big. Viewers could interact with the art. Using a large chalkboard next to the sculpture with a sign reading, I DARE TO DREAM BIG AND I WILL. Below there was space to write in your own dreams and goals. During the art show, I watched several individuals writing their dreams down.

It was astonishing seeing, hearing and feeling the response individuals had to my sculpture. The wide range of their dreams and goals. Having our dreams come true is the essence of life. I finally expectation this book rouses others to hope against hope huge. To make the habit for writing objectives and dreams, and acknowledge with conviction, activity, and exertion, as a result, of these activities dreams do come true!. Thus, go out there and chase your dreams with passion. Life is too short not to!

Dare to Dream Big

Dare To Dream Big by Chris Navarro – 84 pages 8.5’’ x 11’’hardbound with over 200 images book price $20. Plus $4. shipping. To order your signed copy please contact us at (928)-204-1144 chrisnavarrostudio@gmail.com  www.chrisnavarro.com  or send a check to Navarro Gallery Tlaquepaque Suite D103  Sedona, AZ 86336

Riding a Horseback its really a amazing part of my life

Riding a Horseback

Riding a Horseback:

Bull riding passion. When I was a young boy, I did not contemplate the desires of my existence. I just followed my heart and did the things that made me happy and brought me joy. One of the first experiences that made me happy was riding horses. Horses brought me joy; they also introduced me to the world of rodeo to my parent’s disapproval. I started riding bucking horses. However, my favorite rodeo event was bull riding.

Riding a Horseback its really a amazing part of my life

Rules of Riding a Horseback:

The regulations of bull riding are not complicated: the rider has a flat braided rope to hold on with. He can use only one hand to ride. He must not touch the bull or himself with his free hand. He can use Spurs with locked rowels having at least a quarter turn; and, the bull must be wearing a flank strap. A rider can receive a re-ride on another bull. If the bull falls, fouls him on the chute or stops bucking. Two judges score the performance of both the bull and the rider. Who give up to 50 points for the rider and 50 points for the bull. The possible total score of 100.

Experience of first time Riding a Horseback:

I rode my first bull when I was 16 years old, and I loved it. There is something about wanting to ride bulls that have a certain wildness to it. It was as if there was a burning desire inside me that wanted to come out. When I was on the back of a bull, and that feeling of nervousness and anticipation. When the Bulls are first loaded into the chutes. As I waited for my turn to ride.

I could sense the slow steady buildup of adrenaline that would make my heart beat faster and faster. Sliding down on the Bulls back when he was in the chute. I would put my knees on him, just behind his shoulders, and watch how he would react when he first felt my weight. When he settled. I would put my legs down his rib cage and move my hips back towards his flanks.

Next step of Riding a Horseback:

Next, I would recheck my bull rope to make sure the length was right and adjusted correctly.
I made sure the bull bells were connected to my rope and hanging straight down under the center of his belly. My chute helper would pull the tale of my rope tight, while I started to warm the rosin in my glove. Sliding my hand up and down the tale of my rope. I could feel the heat begin to build from the friction until my rope and glove for hot and sticky.

Catching the rope, while Riding a Horseback:

I did the same with a flat braided handhold in my rope. I then set the rider of my handle in the middle of the Bull’ s back, just behind the break of his shoulder blades. Pushing my gloved hand deep into the handheld. I pushed it tied up against me with my little finger lined up with the middle of the Bull’ s backbone. Using my free hand, I reached down and hold the offside slack of the rope to keep it from sliding what was being tightened.

Learn how to ride:

My helper would begin to pull the tale of my rope, and is a slacker slowly taken out it begins to type my hand into it.
When it was snug, I’ve been my elbow and pull the rope back as far and as hard as I could. Then if I wanted it tighter, the helper would pull the rope more. It is essential to gauge exactly how tight it should be. It was all done by feel: too loose, and my rope was slide and get me on the Bulls side; too tight, and my hand could bind and hang up in the rope.

If I was bucked off away from it, having your hand trap to a bucking bull is not a good situation. I wanted it tight and snug. When it felt just right, I would take the tale of the rope and bring across my Palm. Also, wrap it around the back of my hand and over my Palm again when I put in a few twists and finally close my fingers, powering a shot with my free hand. Pulling my hat tight, I was sliding my body right next to my hand. Making sure the bull was standing square, not leaning or squatting in the chute. I tucked my chin and knotted for the gate. As it swung open, I moved and rhythm with the bull.