27 Sept 2016
Join the equestrian excitement at Birmingham’s NEC, from Wednesday 5th – Sunday 9th October 2016, as Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) fills 50 acres of the site with action, thrills, and world class entertainment.
13 Sept 2016
Last weekend saw the British Riding Club’s (BRC) NAF Five Star National Championships take place at Lincolnshire Showground
Over 1,500 competitors took part in 21 separate championship classes for both seniors on Saturday and juniors on ...
For the first time, both BHS Scotland Working Hunter Championship finals at Blair were won by the same horse and rider combination.
Putting in a faultless performance with clear rounds and mannerly, polished shows both times,...
Rachel Boulton from Moray Riding Club riding her own Umberto was the winner of the BHS Scotland/BRC Fingask Castle Style Jumping Championships at Blair Castle International Horse Trials and the presentation is being made by Judge M...
14 July 2016
The Longines Royal International Horse Show, the official Horse Show of The British Horse Society, is one of biggest and most prestigious equestrian events in the world, with top class showjumping, showing, driving and arena eventing all being held a...
14 June 2016
The British Horse Society is launching #hathairdontcare, a social media campaign highlighting the importance of wearing a safe horse riding hat.
8 Mar 2016
Instructors in Scotland were privileged to attend a Lou Roper Western Riding CPD day mid March courtesy of reining being an Olympic sport and BHS thinking outside the box as we learn from other disciplines.
Lou is a multiple US national champion kno...
18 Feb 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) has teamed up with the University of Surrey’s School of Veterinary Medicine to launch a new scheme to develop links between veterinary students, horse owners and the work of the BHS.
12 Nov 2015
2016 will see changes in acceptable standards of hats for riders. It's important for BHS members to know how it might affect you.
8 Sept 2015
Lincolnshire Showground played host to the British Riding Clubs National Championships on 5 and 6 September when more than 1,500 competitors took part in 20 separate Championship classes
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