21 Dec 2016
The British Horse Society’s Dead Slow campaign has been awarded Driver Education Campaign of the Year, by the Driving Instructors Association (DIA).
Gareth Llewellyn, CEO of the DVSA presented the BHS with the award last week.
A DIA spok...
7 Dec 2016
Jake Berry used the road traffic accident prevention debate yesterday (7.12.16) as an opportunity to discuss rider and road safety, once again pledging his support to The British Horse Society’s Dead Slow campaign.
29 Nov 2016
To coincide with Road Safety Week, The British Horse Society has released a mannequin challenge video showing the scene of a road accident involving a horse rider and car. The Society hopes the important message will save lives.
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...
25 Aug 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) is delighted to have been chosen as Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials’ ‘Charity of the Year’ for 2016.
3 Aug 2016
In a brand new partnership announced today, The Department for Transport (DfT) are putting their support behind The British Horse Society’s (BHS) Dead Slow campaign by producing a short, public information film to show car drivers how to pass horses ...
27 July 2016
A competition won by The British Horse Society (BHS) will educate more people about how to prevent horse rider road deaths
14 June 2016
The British Horse Society is launching #hathairdontcare, a social media campaign highlighting the importance of wearing a safe horse riding hat.
28 May 2016
A serious road incident involving police horses has prompted a new horse road safety campaign, launched today (28 May) in Manchester city centre.
14 Apr 2016
The British's Horse Society's Dead Slow campaign continues to gain momentum across the UK with petrol pump advertising rolled out to 96 major supermarket petrol forecourts across the UK - reaching a potential 9.2 million drivers.
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