If you care to check I never suggested "all".
And you cannot attack the scheme as unworkable, when you haven't provided even one credible reason why it would not work.
It won't work financially.
There is a lot of investment from the Europe and the Middle East in Australian breeding. This investment keeps our breeding industry up to world standards. You move to Chile to be "cheap" this money probably won't follow.
Your tongue in cheek suggestion that the local population eats horsemeat to cover off what will happen to horses who are not up to a certain standard would be unacceptable to most Australians. And not just the horse racing fraternity. You would have to cover off the welfare of the horses and you have failed to do this.
There is the political hurdle of sending thousands of Australian rural jobs overseas. Our country towns are already burdened with unemployment and drug problems. Your model will add to this problem.
And above all, there is the implied authoritarianism in your model. You are clearly implying that horse breeders be forced to relocate to Chile.If your model is so good it shouldn't need people to be forced to do it. It would have already happened.
But as we are increasingly seeing these days people think they can use a flimsy justification to ban things - and they seem to be winning if you look at some of the things that have been recently banned.
I see your model as some sort of enforcement directed at breeders to relocate to Chile with the usual rationalization of "we are doing it for the good of <insert politically correct reason here>".