26 Mar 2018
The government has launched a consultation on its proposals for the future of food, farming and the environment. This will shape the upcoming agriculture bill and have a significant impact on the future of access to the countryside.
The British Horse...
19 Dec 2017
As 2017 draws to an end, we would like to reflect on what has been achieved for equestrian access during the year.
28 June 2017
Throughout May, an incredible 1,143 riders and carriage drivers tacked up and took part in The British Horse Society’s first ever Ride Out UK Month, sponsored by Equisafety. The BHS has announced that more than £8,900 has been pledged for its Paths f...
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...
13 Feb 2017
Welsh Government issues statement on Improving Opportunities to Access the Outdoors for Recreation in Wales.
1 Aug 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) is calling on the public to exercise caution when flying drones around horses. The bid comes as the charity has received a rise in calls as more horse owners and riders become concerned about drones.The BHS is asking t...
10 May 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) has launched a new Accredited Professional Coach Membership scheme at the Windsor Horse Show.
14 Mar 2016
Riding Together - Solidarity on Horseback kick-off meeting took place on 4 & 5 February 2016 in Lisbon, gathering an energetic and enthusiastic team.
Riding Together is a three year project that will promote social inclusion and equal opportuniti...
2 Sept 2015
A fantastic initiative has been launched to help recreational riders get more involved in their passion and increase their horsey knowledge at the same time
26 Aug 2015
With autumn fast approaching warnings are being issue to horse owners to be aware of the measures that can be taken to decrease the chances of horses consuming sycamore seeds and developing Atypical Myopathy.
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