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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Thoroughbred Bloggers Alliance

The best site for horse racing on the net is the TBA homepage bar none.

If you're a horse racing fan tell your friends to bookmark it and check it daily.

Do you want to read the best blogs? The TBA is it.

Do you want to keep up to date on the top horses in the country? The standings provide up to date workout, retirements, and injuries.

Do you like free past performances? The TBA has an RSS of upcoming stakes races on the front page, and new searchable format.

Did you miss last weekend's stakes races? Thanks to NYRA, NTRA, and Breeder's Cup Youtube channels you'll know where to find them. The video bar is also supported by the likes of Mary Forney, keeping you up to date with California, and many more who put up new videos daily: West Point & John Sherriffs.

Do you want to stop going to 15 sites a day for news, but also don't want someone telling you what to read? The TBA gathers the feeds and gives you a quick snapshot of what each one is about separted by US & International. You read what you want to read.

Do you like the beauty and grace of our sport? Nothing is better than the work done by the photogs at Flickr. On the TBA homepage you can find every horse related photo on Flickr.


Anonymous said...

Horse owner Gary Tanaka conicted of fraud.......

Amerindo’s Vilar Convicted of Stealing From Clients

By Bob Van Voris

Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Alberto Vilar and Gary Tanaka, whose Amerindo Investment Advisors made and then lost billions of dollars for investors in computer and Internet stocks, were found guilty of a scheme to steal $20 million from their clients.

BitPlayer said...

What happened to the links to Railbird and Not to the Swift on the TBA home page?

Pull the Pocket said...

Wow, first time I really checked that hard. Great job Patrick.

With this and Raceday360 are we getting racing dragged into the Interweb thing?

Anonymous said...

Alan, I quite agree with your kudos for the Thoroughbred Bloggers Alliance, it's been the most refreshing development in racing coverage since the advent of TV. And LATG is, in my opinion, the TBA leader in quality, overall interest, and reliability. I hope this alliance will have as much impact on racing as the new media of blogs and news aggregate websites like Drudge have already had and are going to have on the failed mainstream media. It seems to be the only way to guarantee freedom of the press these days.