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Special Interview with Kim Chang-man, President of the Korean Racing Horse Producers Association

 

"The consignment will eventually return to Boomerang.

Beyond the size of consignment production in Korea, all farms will be ruined soon.

Breeze-up, it's only a short trip to Michigan until the system improves.

May the Lord be the Lord of the Lord."

 

 

 

Hwang In-sung, a reporter at the Mal Industry Journal, said, "The March auction in Jeju, which ended with the lowest winning rate ever, clearly revealed the difficulties of Korean farmers. On the day of the auction, Kim Chang-man, the head of the Korea Racing Horse Producers Association, was busy going back and forth to the auction house and leading the scene.

 

- It's the first auction of the year, but the auction results are low. How do you see it

 

"It's a foregone conclusion. It is a situation that needs to be done more than once. It's not because the owners of Busan have boycotted the auction, but because there are no real horse buyers. Many horse stocks have already been secured by consignment or borrowed-name production. On the other hand, you don't have to participate in the auction. Because the demand is met."

 

-Why is consignment production a problem?

 

Currently, the association says인터넷경마 that consignment production is excessive. Based on indirect estimates from its members, between 500 and 600 are believed to be produced in the form of consignment or borrowed names. The size of the racehorse market in Korea is up to 1,100 horses, and if the owners of the race horse produce more than 500 horses on consignment and take away 150-200 heads first, only 300 to 400 horses, including individual transactions, remain. 300 to 400 racehorse markets, can you run it?"

 

"Consigned production is similar to tenant farming in the old days. It is for us to have farm facilities and produce and nurture them on our behalf. As the farmers are in a difficult situation now, they are in charge of consignment production in Amam-ri, which has a huge impact on overall production. That's the hardest."

 

-So you're determined to limit consignment production?

 

In a bid to refrain from producing consigned products, the producer himself made a resolution 경마사이트to limit consignment production during the general meeting. This is a result of reflecting the reality of farming households, which are really difficult as a desperate measure."

 

-How is consignment usually done?

 

Whether in Seoul or Busan, they are expelled일본경마 from the race, leaving the retired racehorse to the production farm and taking the second generation of the horse back. It usually pays between 700,000 and 800,000 won per month for consignment production, but from the producers' point of view, there is immediate financial gain, which can only be harsh. And if the horse that was born and sold in his own farm runs well, would you resell it to Myeon when you retire? Many magicians say, 'Please raise your head.'

 

 

-The other problem that's going to break up.

 

"Ciamese, who played well in the 1st and 2nd Army races, should be refluxed to farms, but they are not. Face-to-face is coming deep into production beyond the demand. The buyers come to see the pony, and then they have to look at other mangoes, but they only look at the one produced by biased consignment. Naturally, auctions can only be of interest."

 

-The Busan Marlins boycotted it.

 

In order to solve the problem of consignment production described earlier, we discussed at the general meeting that we should refrain from doing so, and we wanted to give a small penalty for that alone. However, the Busan Marquis Association boycotted it. The essence of horse racing is production. In the West, horse racing was for production from the beginning, not for horse racing. If production is a byproduct of horse racing, there is no hope."

 

Other than the consignment production issue, there's been complaints from the other side about the producers.

 

That`s what the issue of production horse will be. In fact, producers have never violated or demeaned the rights and interests of each other. Strangely, however, there was a negative misunderstanding, such as the fact that the horse was being twisted and taken away. "Both Jang Chul-hwan, who won last year's Oaks Bae, and Kim Sun-sik, who won the Korean Derby last year, are producers, but rumors circulating in the streets are not true."

 

"Since the horse was injured and no one bought the horse for 100 million won, it is often misunderstood that the horse was run by the owner of the horse, and the horse of Kim Sun- It's a bitter laugh to hear that the producer has no money for feed and hay, but he has to manage his horse separately."

 

-There's also a complaint about Brisbane.

 

There are also many misunderstandings about Breeze Up. Regarding Breeze-up, he said, "We will hold a Korea Racing Authority and the Promotion Council, and it will be difficult to implement it unless we have a plan to improve the Breeze-Up auction in April last year." But there was no answer in the Mass society. It was difficult to hear a clear answer even if I kept raising the question. It will be difficult to increase the cost of Brisup support or assistance even at the mass meeting."

 

-What difficulties do you have in implementing the Breeze-up?

 

While the cost of implementing the break-ups is also high, the biggest problem is that the horses are likely to be injured. Words cannot survive because they train in a short period of time. In the case of former chairman Yang Man-il, seven were left to implement the Brisup, but three died due to labor pains, and four became useless because their joints got worse. As a result, they pay all the expenses and can't use all seven horses. Then most farms cannot get up. That's how much Breeze-Up is onerous for producers. In addition, if a hundred of them participate in the Breeze-up, only fifteen will be sold."

 

-You don't need a Breeze-up.

 

Because of the large number of problems we have at the moment, we are trying to stop the system from being improved and discuss it with them, not to say that we hate the marquee or oppose the Breezeup itself.

 

-Do you have any complaints or demands on the society?

 

From the producers` point of view, we feel that the current race system is tightening production. There is certainly a reason why the Korea Racing Authority is a public institution under the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. The essence of horse racing is production, but rather than focusing on production, attention seems to be focused on other places. I'm trying to squeeze it in to fit part two, so I don't think about production. "Producer, you guys follow. It seems that we will raise the standard of horse racing even if we wish to. It does not seem to make gradual qualitative improvements based on production, but to take and produce some good words from abroad, and to promote and pack them if they do well in overseas races. I sincerely ask you to focus on production."

 

- Racing horse auction is active overseas, and many deals are made through auction. In Korea, the auction was too much of a drag.

 

As mentioned earlier, the racehorse has already been secured either through self-production or consignment production, and thus its participation in the auction is reduced. Therefore, at the level of the producers' association, the horse racing headquarters demanded measures to normalize distribution through the continuous revitalization of the auction. Recently, the number of special and preferential auction races has been increasing, but the lack of them has not yet led to actual purchases by the other side. Today, Chairman Kim Nak-soon visited the auction house and said, "I've told you one more time, but we can find a way out only when we have new measures to form a TF with massages, producers, and owners."

 

-The last thing I want to say is.

 

I want you to leave production to the producers and remain a strong supporter of the Korean race in the face of the horse race. What else does it mean for our producers to make such a move? It doesn't make a lot of money, but it just wants to produce a good racehorse based on the know-how it has accumulated over 30 years. The latest move is to struggle to revive our industry. They can live without having to grow horses. However, we die if we can't grow horses. That's what we need. I hope you understand that feeling. I'll do my best to produce good words."

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