8 Mar 2018
Results of a new pilot study on the effects of rider weight on equine performance, presented at the National Equine Forum on 8 March 2018, show that high rider: horse bodyweight ratios can induce temporary lameness and discomfort.
5 Feb 2018
The British Horse Society has joined its Coaching Convention, with its Welfare, Safety and Access Conferences for a bigger and better International Convention.
29 Jan 2018
Racing Welfare has introduced a Welfare Officer, Lucy, working across Scotland to ensure that industry staff receive support to navigate life challenges such as accidents and injuries, mental health and wellbeing, money matters, relationships and ret...
5 Jan 2018
The British Horse Society’s Welfare Department has seen an increase in calls from horse owners concerned about colic during these winter months.
12 Dec 2017
As part of its Platinum Year celebrations, The British Horse Society has combined its coaching convention with its welfare and safety conferences, for a bigger and betterInternational Convention 2018!
21 Sept 2017
REACT Now to Beat Colic educates horse owners on how to spot the early signs of colic in horses and encourages them to have a plan in place should their horse becomes critically ill. The campaign, run by the BHS is based on five years of research by ...
1 Sept 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) and The University of Nottingham team up to help horse owners combat the life-threatening condition of colic at today’s (1 September) launch of the REACT Now to Beat Colic campaign, supported by a brand new information...
4 May 2016
Atypical myopathy, also referred to as seasonal pasture myopathy, is a disease that can quickly debilitate a horse and can prove to be fatal in more than 75% of cases.
19 Apr 2016
World Horse Welfare, Blue Cross and The British Horse Society partner to provide guidance and support for owners at the end of their horse’s life
12 Apr 2016
Stress is a natural response and can either be a precursor to achievement or can be detrimental to physical and/or mental well-being.
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