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News, events and who's who on your committee - find out what the BHS in Wales and in the Channel Islands is doing for you.

Latest news

  • Better Dead Slow Than Death on the Road

    14/03/2017

    Over the last five years there have been 2000 reported road incidents in the UK involving horses. Most – over 1500 – involved vehicles passing the horse too closely; over 180 resulted in the death of a horse, and 36 caused the death of the rider.

  • BHS Wales Are Delighted to Announce a New Chairman

    02/03/2017

    Dr Mina Davies Morel, PhD - who is head of the equine group at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences at Aberystwyth University in the United Kingdom. Mina has particular interest in equine reproductive physiology and its appli...

  • Pass Wide and Slow Wales

    02/03/2017

    We have been working closely with Jo Lovelle from the Pass Wide and Slow Wales Campaign. The petition they have at the Welsh Assembly is calling for driver education utilising the information already available via the BHS Dead Slow Campaign.

Next events

Upcoming courses

  • Ride Safe Assessors and Trainers Training Days

    Ride Safe Assessors and Trainers Training Days

    Location: COLEG SIR GAR
    Dates: 11/05/2017

  • First Aid

    The BHS are providing courses which provide a basic overview of first aid procedures, but with a focus on the injuries that are most likely to be sustained whilst handling and riding horses

    Location: PENCOED COLLEGE
    Dates: Multiple dates available

Upcoming Exams

  • Horse Knowledge Care and Riding Stage 1

    BHS Horse Knowledge, Care and Riding Stage One qualification will provide the holder with competencies to apply general principles for the management of horses’ health and well being.

    Location: NORTHOP COLLEGE
    Dates: 17/05/2017

  • BHS Preliminary Teaching Test

    BHS Preliminary Teaching Test qualification will provide the holder with competencies to apply general principles for the management of horses’ health and well being.

    Location: COLEG GWENT
    Dates: 18/05/2017

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