21 Sept 2017
REACT Now to Beat Colic educates horse owners on how to spot the early signs of colic in horses and encourages them to have a plan in place should their horse becomes critically ill. The campaign, run by the BHS is based on five years of research by ...
14 Sept 2017
BHS submits response to the Welsh Government on the 'Taking Forward Wales’ Sustainable Management of Natural Resources' Consultation.
27 Oct 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) castrated its 200th colt on Wednesday (19 October) to help tackle the UK’s horse overpopulation crisis.
Veterinary professionals and students volunteered their time to help the charity through the British Equine ...
1 Sept 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) and The University of Nottingham team up to help horse owners combat the life-threatening condition of colic at today’s (1 September) launch of the REACT Now to Beat Colic campaign, supported by a brand new information...
19 Apr 2016
World Horse Welfare, Blue Cross and The British Horse Society partner to provide guidance and support for owners at the end of their horse’s life
13 May 2015
The BHS recently held the first of its 2015 castration clinics near Southampton. A total of 28 colts and stallions were gelded at the clinic, which was supported by the RSPCA, World Horse Welfare, Blue Cross and Redwings.
1 Sept 2014
Charities launch new report as Government committee debates crisis and problem spreads to Environment Secretary’s constituency
16 July 2014
A powerful coalition of equine welfare charities and countryside organisations has welcomed the move for Parliament to debate solutions to the illegal fly grazing of horses through a Private Members Bill launched in the House of Commons
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...
28 Jan 2014
A Welsh Bill providing local authorities with the tools to combat fly grazing, abandonment and the straying of horses comes into force today. But while charities welcome the decisive action of Wales, they fear this could mean real trouble for England
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