15 Feb 2021
Tips for Happy and Successful Clearances
11 Feb 2021
To celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 4 March, we’re hosting our very own BHS Book Week (1-7 March). World Book Day is a celebration of reading, authors, illustrators, and books so we thought we’d celebrate some of the wonderful equestrian authors ...
25 Jan 2021
Six leading animal welfare charities are calling on the public and the government for support this winter to help them cope with an expected surge in equine welfare cases due to the pandemic, as they release a joint report, Britain’s Horse Problem.
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 Jan 2021
In the interest of protecting animal welfare, and with the possibility of traffic disruption in Kent after 1st January 2021, Defra would strongly advise equine transporters to consider using vehicles with a combined weight of less than 7.5 tonnes, en...
21 July 2020
Our annual BHS Awards reward and recognise the fabulous achievements of our volunteers, supporters and partners. We are passionate about celebrating the impact that we can make, both as individuals and a community, and we are truly grateful for the ...
26 June 2020
Scottish Government has finalised its equine ID guidance so the ScotEquine database and smart cards will become operational in July and the government are about to contact every horse owner in Scotland to remind them of their responsibilities.
24 Mar 2020
24 March 2020
Please note, while the guidance is current at the point of publication, it may quickly be superseded following further government updates, or changes to the situation. Please bear with us while we make these changes.
Dear Accredited Pr...
5 Mar 2020
For many years The British Horse Society has been campaigning for a fair deal for Riding Schools and Livery Yards in respect of business rates. The 2017 revaluation saw many of our BHS Approved Centres affected by a disproportionate increas...
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