28 June 2018
West Midlands - Warwickshire
The 70th anniversary of the BHS was commemorated in style at The Platinum Show at Moreton Morrell College in Warwickshire on 29 April 2018, where showing enthusiasts gathered to compete in a wide range of ridden and in-hand classes.
With classes affi...
25 June 2018
Riders taking part in BHS Warwickshire's series of escorted rides for Ride Out UK Month racked up an impressive total of 540 km on horseback.
The rides, exploring the lovely countryside around Shipston on Stour, were once again organised by Nikki Ing...
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...
21 May 2018
A Grant from The British Horse Society has helped create a new path for horse riders at Rugby's Diamond Wood.
8 Dec 2017
Warwickshire - West Midlands
BHS Warwickshire – review of 2017
It's been a busy year for The British Horse Society in Warwickshire!
A new chair, secretary and treasurer were welcomed to the county committee.
Our team of volunteer welfare officers responded to repo...
20 Sept 2017
After five years of closure a bridleway near Priors Hardwick in Warwickshire has been re-opened following positive action between BHS Access volunteer, Mary Stephens, and the Access Department at Warwickshire County Council. Over several years ...
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.
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