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.
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).
22 Apr 2015
BHS Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage recently joined forces with nearly 100 volunteers to undertake a multi-use audit of nine of Scotland’s Great Trails to see if they are passable by horse riders.
This report identifies and record...
7 Jan 2015
Let the excesses of Christmas and the bad habits of 2014 fade into the distance; it’s time for a fresh start! What better way to re-energise, feel fitter, stronger and healthier for the New Year ahead than by getting into the saddle?
21 Oct 2014
On Saturday 18 October Access Volunteers, Equestrian Access Groups and BHS members travelled from all over the country to The British Horse Society’s Access Conference at the charity’s HQ in Warwickshire.
An annual event organised by the...
28 July 2014
Hundreds have joined in with a new social media campaign, pledging to ‘tack up and be counted’ by describing how they do it, using the #mysport and encouraging others to do the same.
5 June 2014
Ellie Griffiths, a shining BHS Welfare Officer, provides a story of inspiration and how much difference horse lovers can really make by volunteering with us.
12 May 2014
The BEVA and Government are calling on all horse owners to participate in a quick online survey to find out more about dental care, hoof care and musculoskeletal therapy for horses.
27 Mar 2014
The BHS and BEF are delighted to be developing a new partnership forged to further develop the scope of offering for the 26+ age group, after a Sport England funding review.
31 Jan 2014
As the celebrations begin for the Chinese Year of the Horse, by a cruel irony, Britain’s horses and ponies are likely to be facing the worst twelve months in living memory.
This warning comes from The British Horse Society, one of Britain&rsqu...
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