22 Mar 2019
As part of the ‘REACT Now to Beat Colic’ campaign, The British Horse Society (BHS) and the University of Nottingham are launching their first ever Colic Awareness Week on Monday 1 April – Sunday 7 April 2019.
15 Mar 2019
Donn Collins pays tribute to Clarissa Dawson, BHSI, BHS Stage 5 Performance Coach in Complete Horsemanship, who sadly passed away on March 9 after a brave battle with cancer.
As a newly appointed BHS Examiner (we were not called Assessors in those ...
13 Mar 2019
Lynn Petersen, Chief Executive of The British Horse Society (BHS) has announced her retirement, following a long and successful career of more than 40 years in both commerce and charity.
6 Mar 2019
The International Competition Grooms Group (ICGG) has been launched to support any groom that works at international level competitions, whether in the UK or abroad.
With representatives from each international circuit, the Group gives the opportu...
25 Feb 2019
British Equestrian Federation (BEF) advice for equestrian event organisers and coordinators.
18 Feb 2019
As you may know, the Board recently proposed some amendments to the British Horse Society’s Articles of Association, and these were scheduled to be put to a vote at the general meeting held on 5 January. During the meeting, members had the oppo...
It is the intention of the BHS Scottish Training Committee to present the Anne Balfour-Kinnear Training Legacy at the British Horse Society International Convention April 7 - 9 2019.
15 Feb 2019
We are aware of today’s news regarding the Equine Influenza outbreaks and we urge all owners to be extra vigilant of the clinical signs of the virus.
5 Feb 2019
NFSCo (The National Fallen Stock Company, which facilitates the cost effective removal of fallen farm animals and horses) is providing a new facility for equine services and information to better help horse, pony and donkey owners with end of life de...
14 Jan 2019
Whilst encounters between horses and gritting lorries are fairly infrequent, the nature of these vehicles with flashing lights and the noise from the spreading equipment is not familiar to most horses. This may cause the horse to react in a way that ...
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