22 Sept 2016
A bridleway in Silkstone can now be enjoyed by horse riders and cyclists, thanks to a British Horse Society volunteer.
Gale Jacques, BHS Access and Bridleways Officer for Silkstone, used maps dating back to 1820 to correctly record on the definitive...
25 Aug 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) has announced the winners of a brand new scholarship program, allowing a route into the industry for young equestrians.
The British Horse Society (BHS) is delighted to have been chosen as Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials’ ‘Charity of the Year’ for 2016.
19 Aug 2016
An equestrian group affiliated to The British Horse Society dedicated a newly opened 870m route in Leyland, to local rider Lorraine Wood, who passed away from cancer 18 months ago.
1 Aug 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) is calling on the public to exercise caution when flying drones around horses. The bid comes as the charity has received a rise in calls as more horse owners and riders become concerned about drones.The BHS is asking t...
28 July 2016
Horse riders, cyclists and walkers are now able to enjoy a new permissive bridleway which opened on Sunday (24 July) at Coed Cymerau near Eglwys-fach in North Ceredigion, thanks to funding given by The British Horse Society (BHS) and a BHS affiliated...
26 July 2016
The BHS are pleased to announce that for the first time, equestrians have been included in Highway England’s Accessibility Strategy.
Ride Out UK Week 2016 (28 May-5 June) was a fantastic success with the £8,252.88 pledged to go toward the BHS Paths for Communities fund. All the money goes directly back into opening new access for riders and carriage drivers in the UK.
16 July 2016
The result of the recent election for new trustees to join the Board of The British Horse Society (BHS) has been announced.
New trustees Desi Dillingham MBE and Kirsty Handel joined the BHS Board on the 16 July. David Sheerin BHSI and Lotta von der H...
11 July 2016
The three riders completed the journey from West Devon to Hampshire on Friday (8th July) to highlight the loss of rights of way for riders.
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