21 Dec 2016
The British Horse Society’s Dead Slow campaign has been awarded Driver Education Campaign of the Year, by the Driving Instructors Association (DIA).
Gareth Llewellyn, CEO of the DVSA presented the BHS with the award last week.
A DIA spok...
9 Dec 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) has launched a campaign calling for fair business rates for riding schools and livery yards, which are set to rise 356% in some areas.
1 Nov 2016
British Horse Society Invites Equestrians to write to their MPs
Following on from the success of asking equestrians to respond to the draft Cycling and Walking Strategy The Society has written a letter to for follow this up and make sure that our voi...
19 Aug 2016
An equestrian group affiliated to The British Horse Society dedicated a newly opened 870m route in Leyland, to local rider Lorraine Wood, who passed away from cancer 18 months ago.
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.
7 June 2016
The British Horse Society has been made aware, over a number of years, of the discrepancies which exist between riding centres when it comes to the issue of Business Rates. Have your say on proposed changes and you could win a bespoke prize
20 Apr 2016
BHS Scotland in association with World Horse Welfare held an Equine Welfare Conference at World Horse Welfare Rescue and Rehoming Centre at Belwade Farm on Wednesday 20 April 2016.
Professor Derek Knottenbelt Chaired the conference where the subjects...
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.
16 Mar 2016
In today’s Budget announcement, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced that he is more than doubling small business rate relief. What does this mean for equestrian businesses?
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