i breed asil / ganoi / shamo / thai roosters.
here is a fight in thailand.
playing 5,000 dollars. regular games are between 200-500 dollars. top tier games are 600-1300. anything that goes past 1400+ are high games with the best roosters. to play that much money in a culture group that has so very limited money means this is a very big fight. take my word for it. these fights with this amount of money occurs once or twice every 2 years. this is to stress the rarity of these kinds of fights.
each of these roosters are valued at around 8,000-14,000 for their speed, beak, kick, and persistence, and bloodline. an ace like these comes very rare and requires all sorts of bloodlines that lost it's natural ancestry. let's call it a hybrid.
standard rules are 5 rounds, 18 mins each round. and between the rounds are 10-15 min breaks to wash the chicken, loosen him up, surgery procedure (sewing open wounds shut again). the spurs are taped. imagine this as a boxing fight.
i'd like to show you a good fight in thailand. i am not affiliated with these people in any way shape or form. just spreading the word between different type of fights around the world compared to L/K, and S/K. i like L/K and S/K fights too. back when it was legal, i started with these.
winner is ruled by a knockout, the chicken running away, or collapsing and unable to get up for 30 seconds, or the owner picking up their rooster in defeat. if it goes 5 rounds, 18 minutes, it's a draw.
usually, these fights won't result in death. 1 out of 30 fights, a rooster will die from these types of fight. the winner will breed for years to come, and the loser would honor the owner at the dinner table when they make a full recovery.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ldv95WPhis"]Qaib Hmoob Thailand 2012 - YouTube[/ame]