OHRacing is an Online Horse Racing community which has been established on the world wide web since its inception in October 2004. Set up by Jamie Taylor, a then young 16 year old with a passion for horse racing, the website has steadily grown each year and now attracts some of the sharpest minds in the game – some of which frequent the online discussion forum on a regular basis.
OHRacing is and always will be totally free to use, and always throws open its arms to enthusiastic race fans with a passion for the ‘Sport Of Kings’, no matter what jurisdiction your racing takes place in.
We try and cover all things horse racing, this includes regular tips, big race previews, and the odd competition thrown in for good measure via our blog, we have an active and thriving message board and arguably the most harmonious of those horse racing boards out there. You won’t find any point scoring, sniping or general derogatory remarks you’ll find on some of the more ‘established’ communities.
Aside from the I am confident there will be plenty more coming to your screens over the next few years.
OHRacing is always looking for fresh faces to contribute to the website, and encourage any budding youngsters aspiring to be journalists to get in touch about writing for us. We take great pleasure in showcasing our articles to the whole horse racing community via our long established and respected website, and more recently through social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
[frame_right src=”http://www.ohracing.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/journalist-typing.jpg” href=””]Want to write for us?[/frame_right]
The good thing about our website, is that we have now been on the web for 8 years and have gradually built up our readership over that period. We have plenty of hits from search engines, alongside our regular visitors but have seen increasing numbers of ‘organic’ traffic to us over the past three months.
So if you have a passion for Horse Racing (much the way Jamie did in setting this up in 2004) don’t hesitate to get in touch, and we can begin discussions about getting your work out there onto the web for the horse racing community and any prospective employers to view.
You can get in touch either via the ‘Contact Us’ page listed on the top menu of this website, or via an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and Jamie will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.