8 Sept 2016
BHS extends their congratulations to representatives at Greater Manchester Police Mounted Branch, as police horses Hexam, Captain and Tangle were awarded 'Public Service Animals of the Year' at the Animal Hero Awards 2016.
The GMP h...
3 Aug 2016
In a brand new partnership announced today, The Department for Transport (DfT) are putting their support behind The British Horse Society’s (BHS) Dead Slow campaign by producing a short, public information film to show car drivers how to pass horses ...
26 July 2016
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.
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.
28 May 2016
A serious road incident involving police horses has prompted a new horse road safety campaign, launched today (28 May) in Manchester city centre.
18 Apr 2016
Love to explore new places to ride with your horse? Then make sure you take part in The British Horse Society Ride Out UK Week (28 May-5 June).
14 Apr 2016
The British's Horse Society's Dead Slow campaign continues to gain momentum across the UK with petrol pump advertising rolled out to 96 major supermarket petrol forecourts across the UK - reaching a potential 9.2 million drivers.
24 Mar 2016
The BHS has launched its road safety awareness campaign, Dead Slow, to remind drivers to drive responsibly around horses.
18 Jan 2016
Riding on beaches in Scotland
Scotland boasts many fantastic beaches around its long coastline, and along the shores of some of its many lochs. From the pristine white shell-sand beaches of the Western Isles to the gleaming golden sands which ...
1 June 2015
Horse riders and carriage drivers across the UK have been raising awareness about the importance of having safe off-road riding during the BHS's annual Access Week
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