28 July 2014
Hundreds have joined in with a new social media campaign, pledging to ‘tack up and be counted’ by describing how they do it, using the #mysport and encouraging others to do the same.
22 July 2014
The British Horse Society has launched a major survey supported by Defra to assess levels of awareness and concern about ragwort, a plant that can cause serious, and sometimes fatal harm, to horses.
16 July 2014
A powerful coalition of equine welfare charities and countryside organisations has welcomed the move for Parliament to debate solutions to the illegal fly grazing of horses through a Private Members Bill launched in the House of Commons
6 June 2014
The outstanding effort of Shropshire County Council in creating the Humphrey Kynaston Way has been recognised with an award from The British Horse Society, the UK’s largest equine charity.
2 June 2014
Everyone from private horse owners through to managers of large commercial establishments were provided with key advice on protecting their animals from disease at our 2014 Welfare Conference in partnership with SAC Consulting Veterinary Services.
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.
13 May 2014
The BHS is delighted to be working with SAC Consulting: Veterinary Services on our 2014 Welfare Conference: ‘Biosecurity – Protecting Horses and Businesses’. Find out more and book tickets now
27 Sept 2013
BHS President Martin Clunes has launched the charity’s Paralympic Legacy Access Project, providing more off-road carriage driving opportunities throughout Great Britain.
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.
24 July 2013
A revised Countryside Code for Wales has been launched at the Royal Welsh Show by Welsh Government Minister for Culture and Sport, John Griffiths.
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