19 Apr 2013
Scotland - Argyll and the Western Isles - Ayrshire - Borders - Central - Dumfries and Galloway - Fife - Grampian - Highland North - Highland South - Lothian - Strathclyde - Tayside
The winner of the Farney Grange trophy presented to Scotland's most popular instructor (selected by public vote) for 2012 was Sandra Morrison BHSI.
17 Apr 2013
BHS Scotland are delighted to welcome Professor Derek Knottenbelt as our new Vice Chairman.
4 Feb 2013
BHS Scotland is delighted to announce that Eric Smiley FBHS will deliver a jumping and cross country clinic at Easter Muirhead (Blairingone, near Dollar FK14 7ND) on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 March 2013.
Event rider and coach Eric Smiley FBHS is a...
7 Dec 2012
Four years ago, a beautiful new trophy of a horse’s head in bronze was presented to the ‘BHS Scotland Equine Personality of the Year’ and currently BHS Scotland is seeking nominations for 2012.
6 Dec 2012
The hunt is on for 2012's most popular Scottish riding instructor, who will receive the prestigious Farnley Grange Trophy.
The Farney Grange Trophy was donated to BHS Scotland in 2005 to be presented each year to be instructor voted the most popul...
4 Oct 2012
Argyll and the Western Isles - Ayrshire - Borders - Central - Dumfries and Galloway - Fife - Grampian - Highland North - Highland South - Lothian - Strathclyde - Tayside
BHS Scotland are excited to announce their free equestrian safety conference on 3 November.
19 Sept 2012
On Saturday 20 October, the British Horse Society Access Advisory Group are holding an Equestrian Access Surgery at Auchterarder Community Church Centre
18 Sept 2012
17 Sept 2012
BHS Scotland announces Rebecca Stephen from Whiterashes, Aberdeenshire as the 2012 recipient of the Anne Balfour-Kinnear Training Legacy.
7 Sept 2012
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As new legislation comes into play to protect homeowners from squatters, the UK’s largest equestrian charity, The British Horse Society is calling for ‘equine squatting’ to be made a criminal offence.
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