29 Mar 2021
BHS Scotland is excited, nay more than excited we are exhilarated and ecstatic even! To be working with generous and beautiful venues across Scotland to bring you as broad a suite of ROUK rides that we can manage.
Putting in an appearance with...
25 Mar 2021
Launching - DobbinData
DobbinData is a new mapping tool where you can share or find information on equestrian use of selected features on public rights of way, roads and certain other routes.
We are gathering data on use by equestrians of tarmac r...
23 Mar 2021
BHS Scotland is joining 20 outdoor organisations are together calling for a new Outdoor Recreation Champion role to be created within the Scottish Government, to ensure everyone in society benefits from being active in nature.
23 Feb 2021
A call to any riders who live or ride within the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park (LLTNP), to improve access.
15 Feb 2021
Tips for Happy and Successful Clearances
22 Jan 2021
Whether it’s on a bridleway, byway or elsewhere, research shows that exercising in green space makes us healthier and happier. Many of us have found comfort in exercising in open green spaces and nature since COVID-19 restrictions were introduc...
19 Jan 2021
A project by Reaseheath College equine students to identify safe off road routes for horse riders has been recognised with a British Horse Society (BHS) national award.
1 July 2020
A brand new story map has been created for the John Muir Way which provides a step-by-step guide to potential multi-use access barriers along the 134-mile route across central Scotland from Helensburgh to Dunbar.
Thanks to BHS Scotland’s countr...
22 May 2020
The British Horse Society is appealing for local people to come forward and help save thousands of miles of unrecorded rights of way which are in danger of being lost forever. These include footpaths and bridleways loved by the country’s dog wa...
2 Mar 2020
The British Horse Society (BHS) and Experience Community CIC have joined forces to launch an educational video highlighting and promoting the respectful use of multi-user rights of way.
The video, aimed at those accessing countryside routes by foot...
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