21 Oct 2014
On Saturday 18 October Access Volunteers, Equestrian Access Groups and BHS members travelled from all over the country to The British Horse Society’s Access Conference at the charity’s HQ in Warwickshire.
An annual event organised by the...
16 July 2014
The result of the recent election for three Trustees to join the Board of The British Horse Society has been announced. This saw the election of Susan Pimbley BHSI, Diane Tranter BHSAI, and Fred Hodges BHSI.
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.
13 June 2014
If you’ve ever dreamed of riding at one of the world’s most prestigious equestrian events, the South Essex Insurance Brokers (SEIB) Burghley Sponsored Ride 2014 is your answer!
6 June 2014
The outstanding effort of Shropshire County Council in creating the Humphrey Kynaston Way has been recognised with an award from The British Horse Society, the UK’s largest equine charity.
5 June 2014
Ellie Griffiths, a shining BHS Welfare Officer, provides a story of inspiration and how much difference horse lovers can really make by volunteering with us.
Volunteering with the BHS - what could it do for you? Ann Fraser, a BHS stalwart for 35 years, explains why everyone should get involved.
2 June 2014
In 2014, BHS volunteer Helen Manns celebrates an astounding 60th year with the BHS, and is an outstanding example of just how much difference our volunteers’ efforts can make.
Everyone from private horse owners through to managers of large commercial establishments were provided with key advice on protecting their animals from disease at our 2014 Welfare Conference in partnership with SAC Consulting Veterinary Services.
19 May 2014
A new toolkit launched by The British Horse Society will help to get historic bridleways and off-road riding routes in England and Wales recorded on the definitive map before they become at risk of being lost.
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