Most good breeders will not sell breeding cats to novices. Its better to start off with a show quality neuter/spay and get your feet wet, get to know breeders, learn the breed inside and out and THEN establish a good relationship with another quality breeder to get your first breeding cat. You also need to be serious about showing and breeding - not just get a pretty cat to breed cause its a purebred. Good breeding takes a lot of money to get quality - and you don't make money either! You are lucky to break even after all expenses.
BTW its better to start with a female. Males will spray and you will have to cage him. And that breeding cat should also be proven in the ring to the highest level. A championship cat is fairly easy to obtain - the Grand Champion is a lot harder and more worthy of breeding.
There are exceptions to the rule - some cats hate showing but will produce quality cats that Grand time and again
Charlie's mom is like that - she never was show but has produced at least one Grand in every litter (and is out of a ton of Grands herself)