18 Feb 2019
It is the intention of the BHS Scottish Training Committee to present the Anne Balfour-Kinnear Training Legacy at the British Horse Society International Convention April 7 - 9 2019.
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.
19 Dec 2017
As 2017 draws to an end, we would like to reflect on what has been achieved for equestrian access during the year.
2 Oct 2017
A lost route in Shropshire has been upgraded to a bridleway thanks to Sue Evans.
13 July 2017
The BHS has been approached by Richard Strother regarding paths from Bracken Place through Bracken Hall (formerly Fred Woolley House) - now blocked by chain link fence - then through Smithys/Home Woods, Kennel Copse then track to Park Farm and St Nic...
2 Mar 2017
Dr Mina Davies Morel, PhD - who is head of the equine group at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences at Aberystwyth University in the United Kingdom. Mina has particular interest in equine reproductive physiology and its appli...
1 Nov 2016
Horse riders, cyclists and carriage drivers in Wheathampstead have had their off-road routes extended thanks to funding from Sport England and the work of The British Horse Society (BHS) volunteers.
The 420-metre route, which runs along an old tree-l...
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...
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.
4 July 2016
A scheme to record pre-wartime bridleways across Hertfordshire has successfully passed its first milestone, saving an historic pathway from being extinguished.
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