23 May 2018
West Midlands - Herefordshire - Shropshire - Staffordshire - Warwickshire - Worcestershire
New for 2018, the Clent Hills National Trust ride saw many riders who hadn’t completed a pleasure ride before enjoy five miles of hilly terrain with panoramic views across the Cotswolds, Shropshire Hills and Welsh Borders.
Rachael Freemantle, p...
Mercia Treccies stormed to victory in this years Adult Mounted Games competition held in memory of our late Regional Chairman, Heather Lucas, and took home the Clueso Cup.
They were in the final of each race and won 5 of the 7 finals. The Borde...
29 June 2017
Thank you for a wonderful weekend of riding in a most beautiful part of the country with vast views and stunning scenery.
31 May 2017
Adult Mounted Games, West Midlands
24 Apr 2017
Tourists visiting Iron Bridge on Sunday witnessed quite a show when knights in shining armour, princesses and even a dragon rode into Iron Bridge on horseback to celebrate St George’s Day.
28 July 2016
The BHS are pleased to announce that for the first time, equestrians have been included in Highway England's Accessibility Strategy.
25 July 2016
West Midlands - Shropshire
A Shropshire Ride
For the first time the old fogy’s brigade decided to drive past the Cotswolds and onto Shropshire for our annual riding holiday. Our old friends Nick and his wife Charlotte had recently moved to the far reaches of England to t...
30 June 2016
BHS Shropshire Committee are on path to claim back ‘lost ways’ in their region and recently took an initiative that is possibly the first of its kind in the country: they teamed up with the Rights of Way officers at Shropshire Council to ...
24 May 2016
9 teams had a lot of fun at the Adult Mounted Games Competition on Saturday 21 May, in memory of our late Regional Chairman Heather Lucas. Mercia Treccies the defending champions had a rocky start in the first few games and the competition was ...
11 May 2016
Our painted horse demonstration on 29 April was a huge success. Gillian Higgins from Horses Inside Out wowed the crowd of 160 at Rodbaston College, showing how the horses muscles and skeleton work on the flat, on the lunge and over fences....
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