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.
20 Aug 2017
BHS Scotland autumn training days and evening lectures.
7 June 2017
BBC Broadcaster Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes echoed the thoughts of many riders while speaking at the BHS’s Real Horsepower Safety Conference, held at the Royal Veterinary College on 6 June.
3 Oct 2016
New mounting blocks have been installed by Highways England either side of the Chilworth Drove bridge to allow horse riders to easily dismount and safely use the bridge with their horses.
8 Sept 2016
BHS extends their congratulations to representatives at Greater Manchester Police Mounted Branch, as police horses Hexam, Captain and Tangle were awarded 'Public Service Animals of the Year' at the Animal Hero Awards 2016.
The GMP h...
28 July 2016
Horse riders, cyclists and walkers are now able to enjoy a new permissive bridleway which opened on Sunday (24 July) at Coed Cymerau near Eglwys-fach in North Ceredigion, thanks to funding given by The British Horse Society (BHS) and a BHS affiliated...
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
22 May 2015
Horse riders and carriage drivers across the UK raising awareness about the importance of having safe off-road riding.
22 Apr 2015
BHS Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage recently joined forces with nearly 100 volunteers to undertake a multi-use audit of nine of Scotland’s Great Trails to see if they are passable by horse riders.
This report identifies and record...
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