6 Aug 2021
The BHS Ride Out Fund has helped secure a new off-road route in Ickwell, Bedfordshire, England.
Ray Hall sadly passed away on July 14th 2021. He was born in 1931 in Pilling, Lancashire joining ICI after school staying with this company all his working life, transferring to Cheshire where he became a plant manager. Ray always had a natural affin...
14 July 2021
A bridleway in Hampshire was reopened on Monday after extensive work was completed, in a collaborative project funded by The British Horse Society (BHS), Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund and several local organisations.
6 July 2021
The launch of Ride Out UK 2021 coincides with the easing of restrictions and also, it feels, with a new sense of optimism and adventure. While this initiative is partly about fundraising, it is also about enjoying the British countryside and nature a...
28 June 2021
Time is running out to save many important and historic routes across England and Wales. Tragically, many public routes not formally recorded on the Definitive Map by 1st January 2026 will vanish forever, due to changes in the law introduced by The C...
6 May 2021
The BHS is excited to launch this year’s Ride Out UK, the annual campaign celebrating and raising awareness of the important mission to protect and improve safe off-road routes for horses and riders across the UK.
20 Apr 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) and Tarmac have collaborated to ensure that a local bridleway is fit for the future.
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.
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