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News, events and who's who on your committee - find out what the BHS in Yorkshire is doing for you.
The British Horse Society has introduced a new safety campaign in Yorkshire to raise driver awareness of horses on the road.
‘Hit your brakes, not my horse’ will appear on the back of buses from First Mainline in York, Sheffield and Leeds...
Holly Russell – BHS South Yorkshire Safety Officer
We asked Holly why she decided to become a volunteer, what she likes about the role and what she would have to say to anyone thinking of becoming a volunteer. This is what she had to say&helli...
On Sunday 10 January, the British Horse Society in Yorkshire held an equine rescue demonstration at Wilsden Equestrian Centre in Bradford. Aireworth Vets were in attendance, they had information boards and photos from previous rescues of horses. The...
2 June - 2 June 2016
A talk by ex-Metropolitan Police Ride Leader, Alan Hiscox.
Alan served 32 years in the British Police, 26 of those in the mounted branch of the Metropolitan Police. He led the Metropolitan Mounted Police display ride for 14 years, performing at the l...
5 June - 5 June 2016
A pleasure ride over the Farnley Tyas estate.
£20 per person, payable on the day. Start times between 8:30am - 1:30pm.
Breakfast will be available on site.
Call or email if you wish to attend or would like further info.
12 June - 12 June 2016
A beautiful, scenic route encompassing bridleways which have only recently become open to the public.
Approx 8 miles, meet at Norfolk Arms pub.
Start between 8am and 10am, £10 per rider.
All proceeds towards the BHS Paths for Communities fund.
Information about Rights of Way and Access training offered by The British Horse Society.
The Old Vicarage
Information about The British Horse Society's safeguarding and protecting children training and course dates.
BISHOP BURTON COLLEGE
Information and dates for The British Horse Society's Riding and Road Safety Test.
CRAVEN COLLEGE EQUINE DIVISION
BHS Preliminary Teaching Test qualification will provide the holder with competencies to apply general principles for the management of horses’ health and well being.
BISHOP BURTON COLLEGE
Multiple dates available