28 July 2016
Wales - Mid Wales - North East Wales - North West Wales - South East Wales - South West Wales
The BHS are pleased to announce that for the first time, equestrians have been included in Highway England's Accessibility Strategy.
26 Jan 2016
Wales - South East Wales
The Equine Centre at Usk Campus offers a wide range of courses to suit all abilities and interests. This Winter we are offering a BHS Essential Horse Knowledge Certificate course.
24 Aug 2015
Wales - North East Wales - North West Wales - Mid Wales - South East Wales - South West Wales
In 16 May 2015, Emma Douglas and Rose Revera rode from Talacre in North Wales to Sker Beach in South Wales, a total of 280 miles over two weeks - raising over £1,000.
9 Mar 2015
The BHS is delighted that yet another Local Authority, Bridgend in Wales, has banned sky (Chinese) lanterns.
13 Nov 2014
Wales - North East Wales - North West Wales
Riders in north Wales are campaigning for better access to footpaths and cycle routes for horses in the area. More than 200 people have signed a petition in support so far.
15 July 2014
Since the launch of the first British Horse Society fundraising riding challenge in 2000, hundreds of riders have taken part in an adventure overseas. The ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ riding challenge opened the door for our intrepid challengers to travel th...
7 May 2014
Full results of the Dressage Show at Cardiff Riding School, Pontcanna Fields.
31 Jan 2014
A Welsh Bill that provides local authorities with the tools to combat fly grazing, abandonment and the straying of horses has received Royal Assent and comes into force today - but while charities welcome the decisive action Wales has taken, they als...
13 Jan 2014
A cyclosportive, or often simply sportive, is a short to long distance, organised, mass-participation cycling event.
28 Oct 2013
Wales - South East Wales - South West Wales - Mid Wales - North East Wales - North West Wales
Welsh Government publish new bill to tackle fly-grazing but will Westminster follow suit to stop the issue moving over the border?
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