About us…

This is the ‘official’ blog site of Jeffrey L. Tucker and Raindance Farms, LLC. The original blog started as a way to keep the world apprised of what was happening with a little 9 month old colt we rescued from the bitter cold at a nearby farm in February, 2008. His story touched the hearts and lives of thousands of people around the world. Sadly Windchill lost the battle for his life but won the hearts and dedication of a loyal and growing group of family, who collectively call themselves “The Herd Who Heard” and are now a part of his non-profit, The WindChill Legacy, Ltd. (http://www.TheWindChillLegacy.org). That’s also where the official Windchill blog continues, as well as the archives of the updates, pictures and videos as they occurred.

This is a work in progress – I’m still learning to use the blog software so bear with me. From here, just click over on the right side to look at individual posts (you can see them on the calendar in bold) or use the dropdown menu under “Archives”. That’s where you’ll find all of the blogs. Start with the latest month and work your way back if you’re so inclined.

I continue this blog as a way to stay in touch with all those who have become lifelong friends and because many of you asked me to continue writing so that you could keep up on the happenings of what has become your farm as much as it is ours. We hope you like the new blog site and find it easier to navigate than our regular website (http://www.ADanceintheRain.com). Thanks for taking the time to become a part of this. Just as we stay in touch this route – we hope you’ll drop us a note from time to time and let us know how you’re doing. And remember – there’s always a place for you at Raindance and the coffee’s almost always on with a mug waiting for you.

Your friends,

Jeff Tucker
Raindance Horse Company, LLC

Ways to stay in touch in today’s high tech, gotta have it now world –
Social networking & IM:
Facebook: JeffreyLTucker
yahoo: JeffreyLTucker
skype: JeffreyLTucker
Twitter: RaindanceFarms
Email: Jeff@raindancehorses.com

3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Feb

    God Bless you all,! You two are a perfect couple.. & what a diff. you made in the world… Your web site is THE BEST & if I ever get a chance to visit Raindance Farms & if you have the coffee, I’ll bring the donuts… Keep up your fantastic work.. We need more good people like you all in today’s world… Hugs & kisses to all , & all to all of your horses..

  2. Jul

    Jeff, Genie and I are so happy Halo has been found. She is such a beautiful dog and we were so afraid someone may have taken her for their own. Thank God the Constable found her and brought her to the pound, and soon to home.

  3. Jul
    Eilene Wood

    Ditto on what John said.when I heard she never came home, I got a lump in my throat. I was thinking all kinds of things, I did not have a good night’s sleep, I feel like they are my own animals, when something is wrong, I am just as worried as you guys.

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