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.
21 Sept 2017
REACT Now to Beat Colic educates horse owners on how to spot the early signs of colic in horses and encourages them to have a plan in place should their horse becomes critically ill. The campaign, run by the BHS is based on five years of research by ...
14 Sept 2017
The British Horse Society supports the latest RAF safety campaign.
BHS submits response to the Welsh Government on the 'Taking Forward Wales’ Sustainable Management of Natural Resources' Consultation.
1 Sept 2017
For your chance to win a lesson with a BHS Accredited Professional Coach, take a look at September’s edition of British Horse.
To enter the competition you need a video of you performing the ‘Keep it Moving’ exercise found on p32 o...
5 July 2017
The British Horse Society wants to ensure that riders have the skills required to feel confident when riding out in all conditions. Our new Ride Safe Award, launching this July, aims to do just that, by equipping riders with the skills they need to r...
1 May 2017
The British Horse Society (BHS) Scotland, is calling for a review of business rates for equestrian enterprises, which are going to rise by up to 150% for some.
30 Mar 2017
In the past year alone*, 426 road incidents have been reported to The British Horse Society (BHS), resulting in the death of one person and 21 horses.
10 Mar 2017
More than 1,200 people attended, hearing demonstrations from Yogi Breisner MBE FBHS, William Fox-Pitt, Sophie Wells MBE and Danny Anholt FBHS. International event groom Jackie Potts spoke on both days, giving an insight into the life of an internatio...
9 Feb 2017
Cyclists, pedestrians and equestrians on Highways England’s Network
The British Horse Society represented equestrians in a report ensuring safe crossings on the Strategic Road Network (SRN) managed by Highways England.
The report describ...
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