4-H members from Mountain Home are trying to save a sweet therapy horse named "Last Chance", also known as Chance who is almost five months old.

He was born with retracted tendons which means it's hard, and painful, for him to walk.

Chance had to have surgery when he was just four days old has gone through two sets of braces and therapy. He needs a final surgery that will cost about $4,000.

When he's all better, Chance should be able to start visiting places like nursing homes as part of his therapy. He may even be shown at the fair!

Therapy animals are incredible. I've met therapy dogs, a mini horse, llamas, and even pigs! I've seen first hand the work they do with kids and adults and truly believe they are important in recovery.

If you would like to help Chance get his surgery at Idaho Equine Hospital click HERE!

Or you may call the Hospital directly at 1-208-466-4613.

Find out more about Chance, the therapy horse and follow along on his progress HERE!