Horse racing is not only popular in North America, UK, European or Arab countries, but also develops in some Asian countries such as Japan, Hong Kong (China), Malaysia, and also in our country.
Horse race training is a profession that requires skill and perseverance for owners. Racehorses begin their training at the age of 2, starting with cargo and horse riding. Caring and training is still the process of most concern whether the horse has entered the race or not.
People also coined many terms to honor racehorses. The mare under 5 years old is called “fillies” and then when a grown-up is called “mere”. While males under the age of 5 are called “gelding” or “colt” and after reaching the age of 5, they are called “stallions”.
Children once dreamed of riding as if they were seen on TV, but very few of these would be able to fulfill that dream in the future.
Horse racing requires training and grooming for events, and it can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. For example, the average cost to launch a racehorse can exceed $ 200,000 a year.
But that is not to mention the money to buy horses. The price of the stallions participating in the races is not cheap, can reach millions of dollars. The world has seen many horse racing deals with deals up to many million USD.
10 years ago, in 2006, the Arabian stallion named Plavius was owned by the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for $ 9.2 million.
The most expensive horse ever sold was the name Fusaichi Pegasus. It was the horse that won the big Kentucky Derby in 2000 and ended his career with 9 races, 6 wins, and 2 losses.
Over the course of his career, Pegasus has helped bring in bonuses of up to 1,994,400 USD, which is a very impressive number.