I just want to know how you are going to pay for all of this plan. You will have to marry a millionaire who is willing to drop hundreds of thousands of $$$ on your hobby. I know dozens of serious breeders that raise good horses and have a market for them and they are NOT posting a profit and actually post HUGE losses against their REAL source of income on most years
I have helped several of them figure out what year will be their 'profit year' and how to market 1, 2 and 3 year olds in a single year to satisfy IRS requirements --- and these people were selling $10,000.00 + prospects. Some years they had to also sell off some mares and had to NOT declare many expenses to make that year a 'profit year'.
While your posts show a great desire to become a successful breeder, they also show a huge degree naivety. Without years of experience actually buying, training, showing, and selling successful show horses, you simply cannot know what you do not know.
I will show her, and after she shows a successful career
What makes you think you will buy one nice prospect and you will instantly show it to be a successful show winner? I know people that have bought a dozen nice (not cheap) prospects and are still looking for their first successful show prospect. I know people that place a dozen or more prospects into training to try to come up with one that will be show quality that is worthy to continue training to a high level. Bear in mind that the 'flunk-out' prospects will be all be sold at a loss. I have seen many $50,000.00 prospects that were later sold for less than $5000.00. [I have bought some of them] I have seen many prospects and even well started horses from just about every venue that have been sold for a fraction of the stud fee paid by their dam's owner at time of breeding.
You talk like it is easy to breed, train and show a winning horse -- like it will be a automatic success story. All of us that have competed on ANY level can tell you that it is not that easy and is not anywhere near an automatic success.
Until you work and possibly train in a big successful program, you do not know what you do not know.