The racing horse breeding industry is a cutthroat one. Breeders encourage mares to have as many offspring as they can, but they do so only to collect the valuable milk produced by nursing mothers in order to produce competitive thoroughbreds for racing.
Victoria Goss, founder of Last Chance Corral, steps in to sаvе the unwanted foals that have been dumреd and left to die. In the absence of their mother, she provides comfort and care for these newborns.
. Because of her hard work, her early foal mortality rate is far lower than the national average. Since she was 12 years old, Victoria has been working as a horse shelter.
Her soul aches for these neglected foals, but she lacks the resources to hire a dedicated team to care for them. She relies on volunteers when they are able to help, but otherwise runs the sanctuary on her own.
Unfortunately, the amount of aid available to these foals is disproportionate to the large number of horses that are being bred and then аbаndоnеd. It breaks her heart that she has to turn away so many baby horses every day because of her limited resources.