23 May 2013
William Reddaway and his horse Strider took a detour from their 2,500 mile journey around the country to visit The British Horse Society headquarters in Stareton, Kenilworth on Tuesday 21 May.
3 May 2013
Members of The British Horse Society can cast their vote for the election of five members to the Board of Trustees.
22 Feb 2013
The prestigious title of Fellow of The British Horse Society has been awarded to Darrell Scaife, following two gruelling days of assessment at Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell on 19 and 20 February.
Under the scrutiny of four senior British Hor...
7 Feb 2013
BHS Spring Training Convention
31 Jan 2013
The Equestrian Access Forum (EAF) has launched Making Ways for Horses, a new publication highlighting proposals for the future provision of equestrian access in England.
19 Jan 2013
The British Horse Society has expressed its shock and revulsion at the sickening footage which shows the appalling mistreatment of horses being slaughtered at the Red Lion Abattoir in Cheshire.
The covert video, obtained by Hillside Ani...
7 Jan 2013
The British Horse Society is pleased to announce that Claire Aldridge has been appointed as the Society's new Chairman of the Board of Trustees, with Margot Tiffany BHSI rejoining as a member of the Board.
Claire has been an acti...
6 Dec 2012
The British Horse Society has appointed Lynn Petersen as Chief Executive.
Lynn, who has been Chairman of the Society since April of this year, has been the board trustee responsible for the Society’s modernisation programme. With her business...
5 Nov 2012
Martin Clunes, President of The British Horse Society, presented awards to individuals and organisations who have given outstanding service to the cause of equestrianism and equine welfare at an awards ceremony at Saddlers' Hall in the City of London...
16 Oct 2012
The British Horse Society, along with other major welfare charities, has called for government and public help in a landmark report that warns of an impending crisis in England and Wales which could leave the welfare of 6,000* horses at risk.
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