27 June 2019
NFSCo (The National Fallen Stock Company, which facilitates the cost effective removal of fallen farm animals and horses) is providing a new service specifically to give horse owners access to information about end of life decision making, and the pr...
1 May 2019
Over 100 riders qualified to represent thirteen riding schools from across the country and were last week given the chance to compete in dressage, show jumping and stable management at The British Horse Society’s (BHS) Riding School Championships whi...
15 Mar 2019
Donn Collins pays tribute to Clarissa Dawson, BHSI, BHS Stage 5 Performance Coach in Complete Horsemanship, who sadly passed away on March 9 after a brave battle with cancer.
As a newly appointed BHS Examiner (we were not called Assessors in those ...
6 Mar 2019
The International Competition Grooms Group (ICGG) has been launched to support any groom that works at international level competitions, whether in the UK or abroad.
With representatives from each international circuit, the Group gives the opportu...
18 Feb 2019
What are the differences between the British Horse Society (BHS) qualified coaches and UKCC endorsed qualified coaches?
5 Feb 2019
NFSCo (The National Fallen Stock Company, which facilitates the cost effective removal of fallen farm animals and horses) is providing a new facility for equine services and information to better help horse, pony and donkey owners with end of life de...
5 Dec 2018
The British Horse Society and UK Road Offender Education are thrilled to reveal that equines and equestrians will now be identified as vulnerable road users in National Driver Offender Retraining Schemes.
22 Nov 2018
With the every increasing media coverage facilitating the rising awareness of the important role grooms play in their rider’s success and none more so than ever of those who supported the Team GBR riders at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games, Tryon ...
4 Nov 2018
BHS Scotland presented various awards at the BHS 70th Anniversary Dinner at Airth Castle.
26 Oct 2018
Exercise inequalities leave millions of women inactive.
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