23 July 2021
After a year’s wait, tonight we finally get to watch the opening ceremonies of the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics. To help you plan your viewing for the games, we have a quick guide to all things equestrian
The equestrian events run throughout t...
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...
25 June 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) are calling for horse riders in Devon to saddle up and take part in a unique fundraising challenge. The “Olympic Rideathon” aims to clock up enough miles to get from Topsham to Tokyo, raising money for safe off-road ri...
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.
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...
17 Mar 2021
To help raise funds for the BHS, two groups of keen riders have opted to take up the reins to compete in one of two charity races at Newbury and Wetherby.
13 Aug 2020
Wellington Riding held a hugely successful annual Fun Ride and Pleasure Drive event on Sunday 2nd August, organised to support the British Horse Society (BHS)’s Covid Appeal. The route allowed riders and carriages to take in and enjoy the stunn...
1 July 2020
Riding schools have welcomed the recent announcement that in England covered arenas and indoor schools can be used from Saturday 4 July. The BHS have been lobbying for the reopening of covered arenas as they should not be categorised in the same way ...
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...
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