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Everything you need to know about the legal aspects of abandoned horses, from Fly-Grazing to the Control of Horses Act 2015. Discover more here.
We’re committed to supporting the best interests of horses and owners, and we work with the law and help our members to comply with the many requirements.
The BHS is taking a proactive approach to tackle the UK's horse crisis. Our clinics offer a castration, health checks, passports, microchipping, dental checks, worming & hoof care, as well as education, advice & support.
Tethering is the practice of securing a horse to an area with a long rope or chain tied from its headcollar/neck strap to ideally a stake in the ground. Seeing horses tethered can be upsetting for many people. The BHS receives hun...
This championship will consist of a course of show jumps immediately followed by cross country fences, and will finish with the last fence as a show jump, the joker fence, which will be set at a discretionary 10cm higher than the rest of the course....
Information on the BRC NAF Five Star National Horse Trials Championships.
National Championships run by British Riding Clubs throughout the year.
Member charities of the National Equine Welfare Council (NEWC) have collaborated to produce two practical guides; one to help horse owners find ways to cut costs without compromising on care and another on making the difficult decision to rehome a ho...
The UK is in the midst of a horse over-population crisis, with too many horses and not enough knowledgeable owners to look after them, resulting in an increase in the number of cases of abandonment and neglect.
The British Horse Society would like to say a huge thank you to a number of organisations that have supported the clinics over the last three years –
With thanks to:
BEVA Trust, Zoetis, HAPPA, Well Equine, Bransby, Blue Cross, Redwings, World...
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