An RSS feed is a great way to build traffic to your horse racing/sports/betting website, or to attract new followers on FaceBook and Twitter. Readers love getting the latest news, interviews, previews, stats and tips and an RSS feed enables you to give them all this without having to do lots of donkey work.
Once you have an RSS feed reader set up, you just need to insert the correct RSS url. Then point it to either your website or social media account and links to all new articles will start to appear.
All publishers that offer an RSS feed are happy for you to use them on your site, or social media account. Here are ten top horse racing RSS feeds that will provide you with quality posts and content, from day 1! The links take you directly to the feed.
Our blog publishes new content everyday, including tips for all UK and Ireland races. You will also find regular ante-post previews and long-read articles looking at sectors of the racing industry in detail. Our top post of 2016 received over 22,000 page views, making it one of the UK’s most-read horse racing articles of the year so far.
This site is the absolute authority, when it comes to equine breeding and ownership. You’ll find news, race reports, data analysis, pedigree information and much more. Highly recommended.
A very busy website, with a global perspective on horse racing. There’s no shortage of articles relating to UK and Ireland, either.
The Mail has an excellent racing section, with daily tips for all UK races. There’s also plenty of racing news articles. A perfect feed, if you have lots of British/Irish readers.
Similar to the Mail’s racing coverage and output frequency. Daily UK tips, plus interviews and feature articles. Another good one to add.
RSS feeds are a great way to boost your online presence. Just remember that you mustn’t copy and paste any editorial content from any of these sites. In all cases, standard copyright laws must be observed.