9 July 2020
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme has been launched as part of the Government’s package of support to businesses. If your riding school runs a cafeteria you may be able to benefit.
If you run a cafeteria or eatery connected with your busines...
1 July 2020
A brand new story map has been created for the John Muir Way which provides a step-by-step guide to potential multi-use access barriers along the 134-mile route across central Scotland from Helensburgh to Dunbar.
Thanks to BHS Scotland’s countr...
2 Mar 2020
The British Horse Society (BHS) and Experience Community CIC have joined forces to launch an educational video highlighting and promoting the respectful use of multi-user rights of way.
The video, aimed at those accessing countryside routes by foot...
20 Sept 2019
Drivers are being reminded to check their trailers are safe before each journey as the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) increases the number of inspections on light trailers it carries out.
In 2014 a preventable tragedy occurred when a tra...
9 Sept 2019
If you're looking to get into shape this season, riding might just be the perfect workout for you.
Over the years, research has proven that horse riding gives you significant health benefits, as well as a day full of fun. Whether you are an e...
7 June 2019
Facebook Live – General Meeting Questions
Chief Executive’s Office
Could you outline what the top three priorities are for the BHS in the next six to 12 months?
Our three Strategic Priorities are:
Increase the number of people taking...
3 Dec 2018
BHS Scotland supports research on the economic impact of equines in Scotland.
5 Nov 2018
BHS Scotland held a well-attended equestrian access conference in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
26 Oct 2018
The Response of The British Horse Society
Download our shorter proforma response.
The Society supports the proposal for a new Land Management Programme to replace CAP in its entirety, and welcomes the Public Goods scheme to deliver more public goods ...
16 Oct 2017
Site safety work has begun on the former high ropes area pf Salcey Forest.
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