8 Nov 2017
Brendan Bergin, the proprietor of Bergin Equine in County Wicklow has become one of the first people to achieve their BHS Stage 5 through The British Horse Society’s scholarship program.
4 July 2016
A scheme to record pre-wartime bridleways across Hertfordshire has successfully passed its first milestone, saving an historic pathway from being extinguished.
20 Apr 2016
The South Peak Loop, a new off-road long distance route for equestrians and cyclists in the Peak District was officially launched today or yesterday, on Thursday 14 April. The loop, which was developed by the BHS affiliated equestrian group, Peak Hor...
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
6 Feb 2015
See how much was accomplished by BHS Access and Bridleways Officers and Affiliated Equestrian Access Groups in 2014.
10 Oct 2014
Outstanding contributions in the field of riding and road safety have been recognised at The British Horse Society’s Sefton Awards, held at the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment's Barracks in London.
29 Nov 2013
The British Horse Society says the unfortunate incident that led to the conviction of Jessica Mills for throwing her whip at a passing vehicle highlights the importance for all road users to be considerate to each other’s needs.
23 Aug 2013
New Forest of Dean Greenways routes will enable horse riders, carriage drivers, walkers, and cyclists to explore some 30 miles of inter-connected woodland tracks in a stunning area of outstanding natural beauty.
19 June 2013
A south Wales man has been found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering and failing to meet the needs of 27 horses. The verdict came a month after his two sons admitted offences relating to the same group of equines.
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