19 June 2015
HRH The Princess Royal, as Patron of the Moredun Foundation, has been presented with a cheque from The British Horse Society for £37,000 on behalf of the Equine Grass Sickness Fund at the Royal Highland Show.
12 Jan 2015
The British Horse Society has been revealed as Equestrian Charity of the Year at Bolesworth International – one of showjumping's biggest and brightest new shows.
21 Dec 2014
Essex-based Saffron Walden RC once again became the 2014 British Riding Clubs SEIB Quadrille Champions at Olympia, the London International Horse Show, on Sunday 21 December 2014.
29 Aug 2014
Now in its sixth year, and growing in popularity year on year, the 2014 British Riding Clubs BE80(T) Championships sponsored by EquestrianClearance.Com are just four weeks away.
13 June 2014
If you’ve ever dreamed of riding at one of the world’s most prestigious equestrian events, the South Essex Insurance Brokers (SEIB) Burghley Sponsored Ride 2014 is your answer!
23 Feb 2013
A great day was had by all at the third annual BHS equestrian boot fair. Once again pitches were fully booked with buyers and sellers travelling long distances to attend the event. The halls were brimming with bargains and both buyers and sellers wen...
5 Nov 2012
Martin Clunes, President of The British Horse Society, presented awards to individuals and organisations who have given outstanding service to the cause of equestrianism and equine welfare at an awards ceremony at Saddlers' Hall in the City of London...
10 Sept 2012
The UK’s best amateur horse riders will be busy practising and polishing this weekend ahead of the British Riding Clubs National Championships, which will take place at the Lincolnshire Show Ground on 15 and 16 September 2012.
2 Apr 2012
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games fast approaching, sport has rarely had a higher profile and Sport England wants to build on this by creating a lasting legacy.
21 Dec 2011
The British Horse Society and The North West Coastal Forum are working together to establish a North West Coastal Trail which would include access for equestrians.
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