After 27 races and earnings of about $725 each time she went to the post, she was retired at the age of five. Agameone has found success a lot quicker in her post-racing life as a well-rounded pleasure and trail riding horse as well as good friend to her new owner, Heidi Walsh. Walsh and Agameone, now known as Khalley, were brought together by New Stride Thoroughbred Adoption Society, based in Surrey, British Columbia. The organization, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in December, 2012, is overseen by a board of directors of some of the province's top horsepeople and operated by a professional and caring staff and group of foster homes. Agameone had been in the New Stride program less than a year when Walsh fell in love with the sizy, dark brown daughter of Game Plan. “I had an Anglo-Arab mare for about 13 years and I was doing…
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