15 Nov 2021
Horse Incident Reporting Awareness Study
Equestrians and their horses are being subjected to alarming levels of stress and risk according to a new study that was funded by the Department for Transport (DfT) and commissioned by The British Horse S...
12 Nov 2021
The Governments planned changes to the car and trailer towing law, which was due to come into effect on 15 November, have been delayed.
The new laws would allow more people to tow horse trailers without having to pass an additional test.
An update on...
10 Nov 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) have launched a new educational campaign, Stable Mates, which aims to help horse owners build and maintain a strong, equal partnership with their horse.
Stable Mates provides support, advice and resources from expert...
3 Nov 2021
With the increasing need for the public to access the great outdoors, maintaining and increasing access to the great outdoors for vulnerable road users (including walkers, cyclists and equestrians) has never been so important. For horse riders and ca...
28 Oct 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) and the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Surrey have launched a new educational resource as part of the Stewart Hastie Veterinary Student Champion scheme, that aims to forge a link between veterinary ...
26 Oct 2021
Support our understanding of horse welfare in Scotland by filling in this survey.
Ever lost balance whilst riding, grabbed the reins and found this spooked your horse? The concept of neck straps to aid stability is a familiar concept to most riders
The British Horse Society would like to respond to the welfare concerns depicted in the promotional scenes for ITV's 'I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here' featuring presenters Ant and Dec, where Ant McPartlin is riding a horse highly unsuitable for hi...
18 Oct 2021
As Bonfire Night approaches, an ‘Impact of Fireworks’ campaign, run by the Scottish Government in partnership with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, is raising awareness of the dangers associated with fireworks misuse and of new rules...
4 Oct 2021
On Thursday September 30 the Scottish Equine Industry held a meeting with Mairi Gougeon The Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and The Islands at Rowanlea Riding School, Carnoustie.
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