"To see misunderstood or abused animals anger into supple willingness and become again the beautiful creatures they were intended to be..." describes the life long commitment that became Last Chance Corral. From one horse, one summer when she was twelve, Victoria Goss' vision grew and she established this non-profit organization. To date, well over seven hundred domestic horses and ponies have been rescued, rehabilitated, and placed.
Last Chance Corral is funded primarily by private donations and adoption fees. These fees vary according to the age, condition and ability of each animal. Priority placement of our equine friends given to special needs groups and individuals, such as handicapped persons, 4-H homes, or public service units such as mounted patrols. The majority, however, go to private homes for individual use.