The owner of this page, Marcelo Polanco, states in an interview that “We work seven days per week in this profession. As such, every day looks the same. It usually start around 5 am and goes on until we’re done with the training around 10 am. After training hours it is time to do the real training. Finding the right race at the right time for the right horse. Finding horses with potentials that can be to add to the stable.” You think owning a race horse is only for people with a lot of money? Think again. Marcelo explains “I have owners who own shares in horses. This doesn’t have to cost much and you get to be part of this great sport.” He also tells that “I keep in touch with the owners almost daily to update them about their horses. Some owners don’t want daily updates, and that’s fine too.” He also states that “I love doing what I’m doing. Sure there are days when you wish you could take a couple of days off, but ultimately it’s worth it. I’ve been with race horses all my life and I love being around them.”
Then there are those great afternoons where thoroughbred racing takes place. It is at the races where it all happens and it is also where Marcelo usually can be found. Either saddling one of his horses for a race or just enjoying the excitement and the atmosphere of the sport.
About Facebook he states: “Facebook is a great tool to stay in touch with people. I’m from Chile and Facebook allows me to keep in contact with owners that owns horses with me here in Los Angeles, and also with my friends and family that are still in Santiago. It’s were everyone can be found these days, and it’s how to stay in touch.”
The fact that Facebook can be assessed at any time of the day makes it even greater. Time difference between various locations does not matter. It is also a good way of keeping everyone updated through posts. In this case on the business of thoroughbred racing, specifically for the owners who have horses with Marcelo Polanco. Find more on https://www.facebook.com/