Sucandi® - Cavalos do Brasil originated from a little girl's dream. Giovana was only six years old when she watched the Olympics in 2004 and she was amazed and expressed her wish to someday ride at the Olympics as well. Her parents started immediately to research about the art of riding. In their search they discovered this wonderful breed: the Lusitano. The belief in their daughter's dream and in the international market for Lusitanos created Sucandi® - Cavalos do Brasil. Today Sucandi is a reference for selection, training and export of sport Lusitanos.


Sucandi biggest business partner is Rancho Bonanza: Brazil's number one sales barn of lusitanos. Further more, Sucandi has several breeders as partners. This partnerships bring together the international market experience from Sucandi with the largest selection of lusitanos available in this country along with their excellent riding team.


Sucandi invests heavily in the training of both our riders and horses. Currently our head trainer is the Spanish Olympic rider Claudio Castilla.


Sucandi Cavalos do Brasil can offer the largest selection and the best training available.


Roberta P. Pass 
Lawyer, graduated at the PUC-SP University, fluent in 4 languages. Roberta is a horse and dressage lover but most of all she has developed a excellent eye and special talent of a true matchmaker. It is her mission and greatest reward to find just the right match for her clients. As she says: "with every horse we deliver, our clients become our friends and our friends become our family". 

Giovana P. Pass 
The girl, reason for Sucandi's existence, is now a 20 years old Olympian. Giovana was a member of the Brazilian Dressage Team in Rio 2016 and also at WEG –Tryon 2018. She is also 2018 Grand-Prix Brazilian Champion. Her young career started back in 2007 as Interclub Dressage Champion as a Baby- Rider. In 2008 she won the Brazilian and the Paulista Championships. In 2009 she became Brazilian vice-champion and in 2010 she became Brazilian and State Champion for the second time in two higher classes with two different horses. In 2013 at age 15, with her new lusitano stallion she became Brazilian and State Champion for the third time, this time at FEI Junior Level, her debut at PSG put her as short-listed for the Pan-American Games. Currently she is studying veterinary and keeps training with Portuguese Master Paulo Caetano.


Marcos Bueno 
Marcos has been successfully in the lusitano business for the past 30 years. He is not only the owner of the biggest sales barn in Brazil but also one of Brazil's natural horsemanship experts. He brings to Sucandi all his expertise and his team of professionals.