19 Nov 2018
The British Horse Society’s (BHS) annual Sefton Awards, last week, celebrated three individuals who have recently made significant contributions to equestrian safety. Q
2 Nov 2018
Following the recent Highway Code review announcement, The British Horse Society (BHS) is urgently appealing to the general public to write to their MP to ensure the safety needs of equestrians are not forgotten in the Highway Code Review.
18 Oct 2018
The British Horse Society releases a statement following today’s (18 October 2018) review of the Highway Code. The review is set to empower cyclists and pedestrians, with no mention of horse riders.
12 Apr 2018
The 2018 Randox Health Grand National Festival at Aintree Racecourse will once again see Britain’s leading equine welfare organisations and charities come together to highlight the welfare factors which affect Britain’s horses.
9 Apr 2018
Do you know an individual who works tirelessly helping horses and riders? Or a volunteer who goes that extra mile to support the work of the Society? Have you been coached by an inspirational BHS Accredited Professional Coach? Is there an amazing hor...
6 Dec 2017
Yogi Breisner, Greater Manchester Police and Canewdon’s Equestrians Group, were amongst those recognised at the awards ceremony held in Saddlers’ Hall, London on Friday (24.11.17).
Fellow of the BHS, Yogi Breisner, received the President...
20 Nov 2017
A new report, conducted by the UK’s largest equestrian charity, The British Horse Society recommends reducing the national speed limit on roads where there is frequent equestrian activity.
5 Nov 2017
The British Horse Society (BHS) is delighted to announce a special moment in the history of the charity –it’s turning 70 this November.
3 Nov 2017
The largest equestrian charity in the UK has been named as the Charity of the Year at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2018.
17 Oct 2017
The British Horse Society’s Sefton Awards (11 October), recognise those who have made an outstanding contribution in the field of equestrian safety.
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