6 Feb 2015
See how much was accomplished by BHS Access and Bridleways Officers and Affiliated Equestrian Access Groups in 2014.
17 Dec 2014
As we near the end of another year, what have our members and supporters helped us achieve in 2014? Take a look
30 Oct 2014
For many people, Bonfire Night is an enjoyable evening spent watching spectacular firework displays and warming themselves by a bonfire. But for horse owners it can be a time of concern and distress. Read our top tips for your horse’s safety.
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.
4 Oct 2013
Outstanding contributions in the field of equestrian safety have been recognised at The British Horse Society’s Sefton Awards, held at the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment's Barracks, London.
5 July 2013
The horse and farming community’s longstanding concerns about sky lanterns (also known as Chinese lanterns) have been highlighted by the recent terrible fire at a recycling plant in Birmingham.
22 Feb 2013
The British Horse Society has joined forces with road safety organisation, GEM Motoring Assist, to take a new approach to horse and rider safety on the roads.
With almost 10 percent of reported incidents in 2012 resulting in a horse fatality and&nbs...
1 Feb 2013
The BHS has responded to the Department for Transport’s recent consultation on proposals to increase the speed limit for HGVs over 7.5 tonnes on single carriageway roads.
14 Jan 2013
The British Horse Society supports Welsh Assembly member Rhodri Glyn Thomas’s call that horses should be viewed as ‘vulnerable road users’ within the framework of Technical Advice Note (TAN) 18.
During a meeting of the Assembly, Mr...
23 Nov 2012
With the horrendous spell of weather experienced this week, and with more rain forecast, large parts of the country are battling against flood conditions. As miserable as these conditions are for us, they are even worse for our four-legged frien...
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