7 June 2016
The British Horse Society has been made aware, over a number of years, of the discrepancies which exist between riding centres when it comes to the issue of Business Rates. Have your say on proposed changes and you could win a bespoke prize
17 May 2016
Horse riders on the Isle of Wight will forever be able to enjoy a longer riding circular route after a landowner kindly dedicated a permissive bridleway to an officially recorded public bridleway.
24 Dec 2015
Equestrian heroes celebrated at prestigious awards
The British Horse Society recognised outstanding equestrian achievements at its annual awards Friday 27 November at Saddlers Hall, London.The Society presents awards to individuals, groups or organi...
18 Aug 2015
The BHS has recently seen a surge in questions about business rates for equestrian properties. Find out what you can do and what help's available
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...
1 June 2015
Horse riders and carriage drivers across the UK have been raising awareness about the importance of having safe off-road riding during the BHS's annual Access Week
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
22 Apr 2015
The equine industry in Scotland is growing, and according to Horse Scotland it contributes £228 million to the Scottish economy per year (excluding racing); however there is a need for greater regulation and coordination in order to reduc...
1 Apr 2015
The BHS was honoured to recently host a training day on behalf of The British Institute of Agricultural Consultants (BIAC), covering equine welfare, farm diversification, BHS Approvals, best use of land, access and business economics.
18 Mar 2015
The country’s largest welfare charities, countryside and farming organisations have welcomed the passing of the Control of Horses Bill.
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