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Close Up Radio Welcomes Back Trigger The Wonder Horse Author Angela Lenhardt

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Denver, CO – From the moment Trigger came into her life, Angela Lenhardt sensed he was a special horse.

Trigger the Wonder Horse is the true story of a heroic journey taught through the life of a palomino quarter horse. The book chronicles Angela and Trigger’s inspirational journey together and the phenomenal occurrences that earned him the nickname “Wonder Horse.”

“Trigger has an incredible gift to help people heal,” says Angela. “I believe all horses do but Trigger especially so. Horses are God's creatures. They're strong and courageous, and they know people better than most people know themselves because horses act as a mirror, and reflect back your own internal, emotional state. Horses teach us how to trust and communicate. I rescued Trigger, but in so many ways, he’s the one who rescued me.”

Angela has owned Trigger for 27 years! And if you think that’s a long time, Trigger is 43 years old! Trigger’s heartwarming story has touched countless lives around the world. He is a message of faith, hope and miracles.

Angela’s relationship with Trigger has taught her so many powerful lessons—about love, trust, faith, perseverance and healing. She wrote this book with the intention that readers would benefit from these inspiring lessons as well.

Today, she and Trigger attend charity events at foster homes, schools and churches to teach children about horses and give away the book.

“People are really looking for hope,” says Angela. “So Trigger the Wonder Horse is for anyone in need of a reminder that when life gets you down, and you’re faced with uncertainty and fear, grace is always present,”

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