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.
28 Apr 2014
The Canal and River Trust has issued a consultation on the use of towpaths in order to create a National Towpath Use policy. The policy aims to improve the experience for towpath users in England and Wales, and attract more visitors to share, use and...
1 Apr 2014
Britain’s leading equine welfare organisations and charities are gathering together under one roof at the Aintree Grand National meeting to raise awareness of welfare issues in the wider equine population.
17 Mar 2014
Our Access and Bridleways Officers and Affiliated Equestrian Access Groups worked harder than ever in 2013 on behalf of all equestrians, to ensure that riders and carriage drivers have safe off-road routes to ride and carriage drive on.
13 Dec 2013
The British Horse Society has won a remarkable fifth Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in recognition of its outstanding contribution to improving road safety.
29 Nov 2013
The British Horse Society says the unfortunate incident that led to the conviction of Jessica Mills for throwing her whip at a passing vehicle highlights the importance for all road users to be considerate to each other’s needs.
13 Nov 2013
The BHS, RSPCA, Redwings Horse Sanctuary, World Horse Welfare, HorseWorld and Blue Cross have welcomed the passing of the Control of Horses (Wales) Bill by the Welsh Government, and call for the rest of the UK to follow suit.
4 Oct 2013
Outstanding contributions in the field of equestrian safety have been recognised at The British Horse Society’s Sefton Awards, held at the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment's Barracks, London.
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.
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