18 Feb 2016
The British Horse Society (BHS) has teamed up with the University of Surrey’s School of Veterinary Medicine to launch a new scheme to develop links between veterinary students, horse owners and the work of the BHS.
15 Oct 2015
If you're thinking about making the hardest decision this winter, find out how our free scheme can give you all the support and impartial advice you'll need
21 Sept 2015
Charities have identified the need for impartial guidance on the issue of when and how to use grazing muzzles responsibly.
8 Sept 2015
Lincolnshire Showground played host to the British Riding Clubs National Championships on 5 and 6 September when more than 1,500 competitors took part in 20 separate Championship classes
26 Aug 2015
With autumn fast approaching warnings are being issue to horse owners to be aware of the measures that can be taken to decrease the chances of horses consuming sycamore seeds and developing Atypical Myopathy.
1 July 2015
As temperatures soar and we all try desperately to top up our tans, it is important not to forget that it isn’t just us people who suffer in the heat.
Many horses will find the current heatwave uncomfortable, but the good news is there is ple...
13 May 2015
The BHS recently held the first of its 2015 castration clinics near Southampton. A total of 28 colts and stallions were gelded at the clinic, which was supported by the RSPCA, World Horse Welfare, Blue Cross and Redwings.
5 Mar 2015
After a worrying increase in the number of suspected and confirmed cases of Atypical Myopathy in the UK in the autumn of 2014, the BHS urges vigilance for the devastating disease this spring
13 Feb 2015
Sergeant Anthony Bysouth (Royal Logistics Corps) and equine vet Sally Hodgson (Hook Norton Vets) enthralled their audience at Ettington Community Centre on 7 February with their account of the War Horse Ride 2014, held to recreate and commemorate the...
13 Jan 2015
The Food Standards Agency hopes the new requirement of Food Chain Information (FCI) will ensure equines treated with veterinary medicinal products that are not authorised for use in animals destined for human consumption do not enter the food chain.
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