12 June 2015
Access Week 2015 has been bigger and better than ever! There have been more events and the money you have raised will go such a long way in helping to defend, extend and promote off road access for equestrians throughout the United Kingdom. Thank you...
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.
5 May 2015
The BHS sends huge congratulations to 82-year-old Joan Bomford of Moyfield Riding School in Worcestershire after she was named BBC Countryfile’s 2015 Farming Hero
1 Apr 2015
The British Horse Society, the UK’s only equine charity with a dedicated safety team, has expressed concern after a record number of dog attacks on horses were reported to the charity last month
18 Mar 2015
The country’s largest welfare charities, countryside and farming organisations have welcomed the passing of the Control of Horses Bill.
9 Mar 2015
More than 500 riding instructors and horse enthusiasts benefitted from ideas and expertise shared at The British Horse Society’s National Convention held at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire, on Monday 2 March
6 Feb 2015
See how much was accomplished by BHS Access and Bridleways Officers and Affiliated Equestrian Access Groups in 2014.
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.
7 Jan 2015
Numerous scandals, lack of enforcement and confusion of the passport system – what is being done to resolve the issues and how important are passports? Emmeline Hannelly reports.
Let the excesses of Christmas and the bad habits of 2014 fade into the distance; it’s time for a fresh start! What better way to re-energise, feel fitter, stronger and healthier for the New Year ahead than by getting into the saddle?
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