Doubt anyone knows what your post is supposed to mean.
Gringo is a Hispanic term referring to non-Hispanics.
Minimum wage in Chile is $400 a month.
Mares can produce ~15 foals.
If the lengthy process of producing proven horses is done in a far more cost-effective region, why is that not outsourcing?
As for who is investing in this, the same fools or rogues that are already doing it elsewhere.
No I think this model is worthy of discussion.
So you are breeding your horses in Chile and racing them early and only sending the best back.
Horses who do not make the standard are eaten by the local population.
Just a couple of questions.....
So you are OK with a hundred thousand or more Australians losing their jobs? They would be effectively replaced by Chilean peasants earning the minimum wage - Chilean minimum wage that is. That will save heaps of money
Are we allowed to bet on the races where the young horses will display. I take it "JFC Tote" will be operating on these races?
Are there any integrity issues in Chilean racing that we need to know about?
I don't agree that the current Australian investors in bloodstock will flock to the Chilean model. It is an inexpensive model with low margins. Isn't that why we are moving to Chile in the first place?
There is no doubt about it jfc. You are the forum's creative genius. First of all your own tote design now this.
What is your secret to inventing great ideas like the jfc tote and Chilean Racing and Breeding