22 May 2015
Horse riders and carriage drivers across the UK raising awareness about the importance of having safe off-road riding.
22 Apr 2015
The equine industry in Scotland is growing, and according to Horse Scotland it contributes £228 million to the Scottish economy per year (excluding racing); however there is a need for greater regulation and coordination in order to reduc...
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...
6 Feb 2015
See how much was accomplished by BHS Access and Bridleways Officers and Affiliated Equestrian Access Groups in 2014.
15 Jan 2015
It is with regret that BHS Scotland must postpone our business funding event: 'SRDP - Are You Eligible?' scheduled to be held on 16 January in Auchterarder Community Church Centre, because of the severe weather, serious flooding in Auchterarder and o...
13 Jan 2015
The Food Standards Agency hopes the new requirement of Food Chain Information (FCI) will ensure equines treated with veterinary medicinal products that are not authorised for use in animals destined for human consumption do not enter the food chain.
17 Dec 2014
As we near the end of another year, what have our members and supporters helped us achieve in 2014? Take a look
3 Oct 2014
The BHS was sorry to hear of the death of Lady Audrey Townley FBHS, who passed away aged 96 on Tuesday 30 September 2014.
A stalwart of high standards in everything she did, Lady Townley was a popular figure who left a legacy of dedication and enthu...
14 June 2014
The British Horse Society is delighted that Ann Fraser, its chairman of equestrian access in Scotland, has been awarded an MBE in The Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to the horse and the Scottish Borders.
5 June 2014
Volunteering with the BHS - what could it do for you? Ann Fraser, a BHS stalwart for 35 years, explains why everyone should get involved.
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