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RaeAnne Hadley aka R.A. Lingenfelter (Lingenfelter is her maiden name) has always been interested in the afterlife and the true purpose of life. Her ability to sense those who have passed, she finally embraced the ability and began learning to communicate with the afterlife. Writing helps process what’s been seen and experienced. Using her maiden name, she’s allowed her muse to tap into the depths of her imagination to write her paranormal tales.

RaeAnne started her life’s career as an automotive mechanic. She was fired from a repair facility for taking maternity leave and being sleep-deprived began plotting ways to take out her boss, via a car accident. Her father read her notes and mentioned it would be an incredible story, so she began writing her fictional tale instead of taking it out on her boss and spending her future in prison. She will always be grateful for her father, and her asshole boss, for opening up an incredible career opportunity! 

R.A. Lingenfelter

Elder Equines Horse Rescue Project

For the past 20 years, I have rescued horses who have been abused, neglected or the owners were no longer able to provide for them. The past ten years, my rescues have been focused on senior horses who have been thrown away because they are no longer deemed “useable”. These horses deserve the comfort and security of being able to enjoy their elder years after providing their youth and stamina to humans.

After moving to Montrose, Colorado in 2016, I had many people reach out asking us to take their horses. Some were senior horses, others were unrideable, and a few were still in the prime of their life, just needed special diets or medical maintenance. After my oldest daughter was diagnosed with femoral rotation and would require multiple surgeries over several years, we let the lease go on our horse boarding facility, and downsized, keeping our own personal horses. During this time, we have lost 4 different pastures we were leasing due to subdividing or farming. We also experienced loss due to ignorance of people who would chase our horses, wanting to pet them, not realizing some of our horses came from abusive homes and were running from fright, not pleasure, and another who choked to death because a person in the subdivision next to our pasture fed him grass clippings, which horses should not eat. Last week, three of our horses were poisoned due to a ditch rider accessing the property without notifying the landowner, and sprayed weeds along the ditch. Most people do not realize that several herbicides (weed poisons) make weeds that horses would not normally ingest, palatable and they will eat them. Our younger two horses are recovering, but our senior guy who has a history of ulcers, is not recovering well and coupled with his Cushing’s disease, will be peacefully put to sleep September 29th, 2023.

What makes us different is that none of our horses will be adoptable. Every single senior that comes to us will live on the property until they no longer have a good quality of life. Due to the fact we won’t be depending on adoption fees, Elder Equines Horse Rescue Project will be depending on the kindness and donations of others. Since this is such a special project in my soul, 100% of the royalties from my books bought off of this website and Fourthwall, will go directly to Elder Equines Horse Rescue Project.

As always, donations are tax-deductible!


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