Ivory – Gone But Not Forgotten

  Ivory suffered a lifetime of abuse. Not all the details are known, but what I do know is that Ivory never had much of a chance…. The first time I met Ivory was years ago and I was working with a vet at the time. We had an emergency call at the ranch where […] Read more »

Ebony – Gone But Not Forgotten

A goodbye note from Annie for Ebony and Ivory… This never gets any easier. Once again I have to say goodbye to two more beautiful animals that have touched my heart. Ebony and Ivory, two horses with an amazing bond and compassion for each other. Being together all their life, living in horrific conditions, severe […] Read more »

Monkey

Won’t you sponsor me? Meet Monkey, our newest arrival! Monkey is a 13 year-old gelding who was a champion in Barrel, Reining and Show until he had an accident and tore his sesamoid ligament. His previous owner was told by her vet to lay him up for a year or two to see if it […] Read more »

Sienna – Gone But Not Forgotten

  August 2011 This poor sway-backed girl is our newest arrival.  We aren’t sure if she’s going to make it, but we are going to give her a chance.  She came to us extremely malnourished and dehydrated. She was living in an area without water or electricity, and was about 300 lbs. under  weight. Sienna […] Read more »

Misty Blue

Blue is my horse… I’ve had her since day one and another inspiration to start the Last Chance Ranch! When Blue was born, she only weighed 30 lbs. Her legs were twisted in different directions. Her mother almost kicked her death two days after she was born and I’ve been her mother ever since! I’ve […] Read more »

Montana

Montana was part of the July 1996 Bureau of Land Management round-up of wild horses in Nevada. The horses were rounded up to be sold at auction, and if they were not healthy, a worse fate awaited them. Annie and her friend stepped in to help bottle feed and care for the over 100 foals […] Read more »

Cheyenne

Cheyenne’s story Cheyenne  was part of the July 1996 Bureau of Land Management round-up of wild horses in Nevada. The horses were rounded up to be sold at auction, and if they were not healthy, a worse fate awaited them. Annie and her friend stepped in to help bottle feed and care for the over […] Read more »

LaKota

Kota’s story LaKota was part of the July 1996 Bureau of Land Management round-up of wild horses in Nevada. The horses were rounded up to be sold at auction, and if they were not healthy, a worse fate awaited them. Annie and her friend stepped in to help bottle feed and care for the over […] Read more »

Pathos

September 2012 update Help us keep him well-fed and looking good! Pathos’ story: Pathos was BLM rescue horse, who was adopted by a man who only had him for seven months and did this… This magnificent survivor came to the Last Chance Ranch Sanctuary weighing only 360 pounds, at the age of 2 1/2 years. He […] Read more »