26 Aug 2020
he British Horse Society in Scotland has developed the first ever guidance note for people wanting to enjoy wild and informal camping with their horses; offering advice, top tips, where to camp and how to contain your horse in open countryside.
1 June 2020
From Monday 1 June, in England only, riding schools will be able to offer group lessons and hacks for five people from separate households plus one coach. Coaches will also be able to teach groups of five riders at group clinics. Social distancing g...
30 July 2019
The BHS would like to thank the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) for commissioning and publishing the study and subsequent report on the analysis of the equine industry in Northern Ireland which you can read here. Thi...
24 July 2019
Natural Resources Wales (NRW) who manage seven per cent of Wales’ land area including woodlands, National Nature Reserves and flood defences and leading equestrian charity, The British Horse Society (BHS) have today (24 July) partnered to sig...
7 June 2019
Visitors to the Surrey Hills are encouraged to “Be Nice, Say Hi”, as the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) adopts the joint campaign of cycling and horse-riding charities, Cycling UK and The British Horse Society (BHS...
26 Oct 2018
The Response of The British Horse Society
Download our shorter proforma response.
The Society supports the proposal for a new Land Management Programme to replace CAP in its entirety, and welcomes the Public Goods scheme to deliver more public goods ...
8 Oct 2017
Forest Enterprise Scotland has produced new advisory posters that raise awareness of the needs of dog walkers and horse riders who visit Scotland’s forests.
25 Sept 2017
Because of a spate of serious dog attacks on ridden horses in Scotland, BHS Scotland has joined forces with The Forestry Commission Scotland and The Kennel Club to produce a new advisory poster.
14 Sept 2017
BHS submits response to the Welsh Government on the 'Taking Forward Wales’ Sustainable Management of Natural Resources' Consultation.
20 Feb 2017
The Society agrees that Wales needs a better and fairer approach to public access for outdoor recreation which is less burdensome to administer, provides for the wide range of activities people want to participate in, with sensible safeguards for lan...
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