Registration and Commenting on BloodHorse.com Blogs

Regular contributors to the BloodHorse.com blog community have noticed a recent change. The website has launched free site registration to give regular users free unlimited access to hundreds of free reports, race results, webcasts, and more. One of the benefits of a free account is simplified blog commenting. Please take a few minutes and go to the link below to find out more about how it works and how to set up your free account for easier commenting.

You don't have to register to read anything on BloodHorse.com. All articles can still be viewed in the entirety, but if you are registered you'll have access to all the website's great features, such as our online sales results database. So follow the link below and find out more. You'll get full access to all our content, it's easy, and it's free.


http://cs.bloodhorse.com/blogs/inside-bloodhorse/archive/2011/04/27/important-website-and-blog-stable-update-free-site-registration.aspx


 

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Rachel NH

Unfortunately, after having used my name for a number of years on trhe blogs, someone took it before I could register...bummer...♥

12 May 2011 5:22 PM
mz

Hey BH Staff: no-one appears to be commenting because they're too busy trying to fill in the little boxes to submit their registrations.

(I have had time to do so and calm down but there was a lot of bad language being used there for a bit.)

Seriously, is there any chance that the next time this needs to be done, we get some kind of warning?  (And if I missed the warning, dang! I have to apologize again!)

13 May 2011 11:32 AM
Rachel NH

Hey, mz, at least no one took your name! LOL!

14 May 2011 9:40 AM
Karen in Texas

While I had no trouble during the registration process, I cannot understand how y'all (BH) can call it "simplified blog commenting". (Apparently no one who has discussed it on the blogs thinks so either.) How exactly has the process made things simpler for the commenters?

14 May 2011 7:15 PM
mz

Rachel NH: I guess there is some advantage to having a name that begins with "Z" (Zed, y'all, NOT "Zee")

16 May 2011 1:42 PM

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