Would you like the fastest, most up to date, essential racing news and information direct to your computer, without even having to visit a website?
If yes then all you need to do is subscribe to the BHA's revolutionary RSS ("Really Simple Syndication") feeds which bring the world of racing directly to you.
You can subscribe to any of the below feeds for the fastest news direct to your desktop.
What are RSS feeds?
RSS feeds are simple ways of keeping up with all the latest developments in racing. You can receive all the latest news, results, non-runners and going reports direct to your desktop without even having to visit any websites, making it the fastest and easiest way of keeping in touch with the world of racing.
What an RSS feed will look like on your computer desktop (in Windows Vista)
How do I start using RSS feeds?
The first and only thing you need to do is download a free "news reader", which will take a matter of minutes. This is a piece of software that checks the feeds and lets you read any new articles that have been added.
Then, once you have downloaded your news reader, simply add any of the links above to your list of feeds, and the most important news in racing will be at your fingertips.
In addition, you will also be able to use your news reader to subscribe to RSS feeds from other websites, bringing the entire world of the internet from all your favourite websites to your desktop.
How do I get a News Reader?
There is a range of different news readers available. Below are the ones we recommend for use with our RSS system.
Different news readers work on different operating systems, so you will need to choose one that will work with your computer. They are all free, completely safe and very simple to download and use.
Once you have downloaded your news reader, simply add any of the feeds listed above to your list of feeds which you are subscribing to, and you should automatically receive the fastest racing news around, from the home of British Horseracing, either on your desktop or in your toolbar.
To find out more about RSS feeds visit the BBC website.