The word social media can strike fear in the hearts of most technophobes but don’t worry it is just a great way of keeping in touch with friends and now thanks to Twitter we can also follow our favourite celebrities feeds, which translated for us racing fans can mean anyone from the jockey, tipster or trainer right down to the stable boy or even a bookmaker.
All you need is a computer which if you can read this you have one or a smart phone that has the Twitter or Facebook apps installed, just simply click on the names of the people or pages that you would like to follow and click either 'Like' for Facebook or 'Follow' for Twitter.
Being the son of a trainer he was always destined to work with horses and you will know Tom Lee as him off the TV helping from C4 racing with John McCririck racing fans will no doubt want to follow Tom as the Channel 4 racing and RTE presenter gives his top tips of the racing highlights of the week.
National hunt trainer David Pipe needs little introduction being the son of Martin Pipe and trainer of 2008 Grand National winner Comply or Die, follow him to find advance news of the horses that he set to run across the country.David Pipe Horse Racing Twitter Account
Miss Balding is one of the most recognisable faces of sport of television, regularly appearing on the BBC Sports output as well as a regular face on panel shows such as A Question of Sport and A League Of Their Own. Clare tweets about horses from flat racing to showing jumping and dogs.View Claire Balding's Twitter Account
All of the news, odds and tips that you could possibly want from an un-official source. Race by race tweets of the four day festival as well as tips on who to look out for next years festival.Cheltenham Festival Twitter News
Follow the Irish horse racing jockey Anthony Peter McCoy known as either AP or Tony McCoy, winner of the Grand National in 2010 and a BBC Sports Personality of The Year winner, he has ridden over 13,000 races so far in his illustrious career.Tony McCoy Racing Twitter Account
We would be silly not to give racing fans our own Twitter account, you can follow us to find the latest odd changes, horse racing news and gossip and bookmaker offers as well as previews to the big upcoming races of the season for both flat and jump racing.View UK Horse Racing Twitter
Our Facebook page will link in with the top jockeys and racecourses across the country and give you information on race times, the latest odds as well as tips and suggestion on who will be the horse and jockey to back.
An un-official page about one the horse racing events of the year. Interact with 1000's of like minded racing fans around the world about what horses to look out for and where you can find the best odds to lay our Cheltenham Festival bet.