24 Feb 2020
On 1 January 2026, bridleways that aren’t formally recorded will be lost to the public. Our campaign Project 2026 aims to safeguard bridleways for public use so that equestrians today and in the future have safe off-road routes to ride on.
14 Feb 2020
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12 Feb 2020
Are you looking to advance your skills as a rider? Are you looking to get more out of your lessons? Or are you simply looking to create a strong bond with a happy, healthy horse?
If your answer is ‘yes’ then the BHS on Tour...
11 Feb 2020
The BHS National Coaching Conventions are back and they’re better than ever.
Our 2020 Conventions have been designed with professional coaches in mind, and are the perfect day of Continual Professional Development (CPD).
These coaching conv...
30 Jan 2020
The BHS is a member of the British Horse Council and a Passport Issuing Organisation, who work closely with Defra to keep updated on current guidance regarding moving equines after Brexit. We will advise of any updates or changes to legislation if o...
23 Jan 2020
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Vice-Patron of leading equestrian charity, The British Horse Society (BHS) visited Parbold Equestrian Centre in Wigan today (Thursday 23 January) to meet young people who are enrolled on the charity’s Chan...
22 Jan 2020
In 2019, our #WelfareWednesday posts had a reach of well over 1.7 MILLION raising awareness of key Welfare issues. Here we celebrate the successes of various other Welfare projects and initiatives achieved last year.
We held 6 He...
21 Jan 2020
The British Horse Society (BHS) is voicing its support for the new Agriculture Bill 2019-20 following its introduction to the House of Commons on January 16.
Mark Weston, Director of Access at The British Horse Society said: “The BHS welcomes t...
17 Jan 2020
The British Horse Society works tirelessly to protect, improve and create safe off-road routes for equestrians, but we can’t do it all alone! Town and country planning in the UK can have a significant impact on equestrians, but a little underst...
14 Jan 2020
On Thursday 9 January, the British Equestrian Federation (BEF) issued an update following the confirmed diagnosis of EHV-1 (Equine Herpes Virus) at an equestrian centre in Hampshire, which has now been named as Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre in...
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