2 Aug 2018
The Agriculture Bill will set the agenda for the future of our countryside and we want to make sure that improving access to safe off-road riding and carriage driving is integral to it.
9 Apr 2018
After a successful first year, which saw more than 1,000 riders take part in events throughout the country, the BHS has announced that its Ride Out UK Month will be returning for May 2018.
1 Feb 2018
‘Britain’s best walks’ were revealed by Julia Bradbury, with the Lake District coming up top. However, the UK’s largest equestrian charity, The British Horse Society, has found that horse riders can only access half of these routes. Of those that can...
6 Dec 2017
Yogi Breisner, Greater Manchester Police and Canewdon’s Equestrians Group, were amongst those recognised at the awards ceremony held in Saddlers’ Hall, London on Friday (24.11.17).
Fellow of the BHS, Yogi Breisner, received the President...
5 Oct 2017
Four miles of off-road shared user route, open to equestrians, has been created thanks to a new dual carriageway on the A21 London to Hastings route.
14 Sept 2017
BHS submits response to the Welsh Government on the 'Taking Forward Wales’ Sustainable Management of Natural Resources' Consultation.
24 July 2017
Following the launch of The British Horse Society’s (BHS) Dead or Dead Slow campaign, which highlights the dangers that riders face every day on Britain’s roads, the Society (17 July) has launched its Ride Safe Award.
2 June 2017
Ride Out UK Month has finished and what a month! From protest parades, clearance parties and overnight hacks, it was packed with events - so let’s keep this momentum going!
21 Mar 2017
Previously Ride Out UK Week, The British Horse Society (BHS) has announced that they’re extending the event to last throughout May.
20 Feb 2017
The Society agrees that Wales needs a better and fairer approach to public access for outdoor recreation which is less burdensome to administer, provides for the wide range of activities people want to participate in, with sensible safeguards for lan...
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