7 June 2019
Facebook Live – General Meeting Questions
Chief Executive’s Office
Could you outline what the top three priorities are for the BHS in the next six to 12 months?
Our three Strategic Priorities are:
Increase the number of people taking...
23 Apr 2019
As you may know, the Board recently proposed some amendments to the British Horse Society’s Articles of Association, and these were scheduled to be put to a vote at the general meeting held on 5 January. During the meeting, members had the oppo...
6 Mar 2019
The International Competition Grooms Group (ICGG) has been launched to support any groom that works at international level competitions, whether in the UK or abroad.
With representatives from each international circuit, the Group gives the opportu...
26 Oct 2018
The Response of The British Horse Society
Download our shorter proforma response.
The Society supports the proposal for a new Land Management Programme to replace CAP in its entirety, and welcomes the Public Goods scheme to deliver more public goods ...
18 Oct 2018
The British Horse Society would like to say a huge thank you to a number of organisations that have supported the clinics over the last three years –
With thanks to:
BEVA Trust, Zoetis, HAPPA, Well Equine, Bransby, Blue Cross, Redwings, World ...
10 Oct 2018
On World Mental Health Day, 10 October, the British Grooms Association (BGA) launches Grooms Minds online which has eight areas to support mental health including a mental wellbeing checker, self-help zone, video scripts and real life case studies.
3 Oct 2018
The first in a series of equine healthcare and education clinics to be held in Scotland has been hailed a huge success, with over 22 horses and ponies having attended.
The clinic, run by The British Horse Society (BHS) in association with British Eq...
The first in a series of equine healthcare and education clinics to be held in Scotland has been hailed a huge success.
4 July 2018
Members of The British Horse Society (BHS) Fellows and Instructors Association and their guests took part in an organised day trip to three of Ireland’s top equine locations on Tuesday 26 June.
8 Mar 2018
Stewart Hastie died suddenly on 21st February 2018, aged 95 years. Stewart, a Scotsman, was a graduate of the University of Glasgow and worked as a veterinary surgeon for 74 years, focussing predominantly on horses throughout his career.
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