8 July 2019
Press release from The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) - 8 July 2019
The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) has closely monitored the Equine Influenza outbreak from the beginning and notes the latest figures from the Animal Health Trust (AHT)....
27 June 2019
NFSCo (The National Fallen Stock Company, which facilitates the cost effective removal of fallen farm animals and horses) is providing a new service specifically to give horse owners access to information about end of life decision making, and the pr...
Many horses will find the current heatwave uncomfortable, but the good news is there is plenty we can do to help keep them cool and happy.
21 June 2019
We are increasingly seeing instances where well-meaning animal lovers wrongly accuse charities over social media of failing to act, resulting in rising tensions and, in some cases, leading to people taking the law into their own hands to ‘rescue’ pon...
7 June 2019
Visitors to the Surrey Hills are encouraged to “Be Nice, Say Hi”, as the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) adopts the joint campaign of cycling and horse-riding charities, Cycling UK and The British Horse Society (BHS...
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...
8 May 2019
We are aware of today’s news regarding the Equine Influenza outbreaks and we urge all owners to be extra vigilant of the clinical signs of the virus.
6 Mar 2019
The International Competition Grooms Group (ICGG) has been launched to support any groom that works at international level competitions, whether in the UK or abroad.
With representatives from each international circuit, the Group gives the opportu...
25 Feb 2019
British Equestrian Federation (BEF) advice for equestrian event organisers and coordinators.
14 Jan 2019
Whilst encounters between horses and gritting lorries are fairly infrequent, the nature of these vehicles with flashing lights and the noise from the spreading equipment is not familiar to most horses. This may cause the horse to react in a way that ...
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