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...
3 Aug 2021
On Wednesday 14 July, those attending the virtual Membership Meeting were treated to a short video showcasing some of the charity’s highlights from the first six months of 2021.
If you weren’t able to make the meeting, or if you just wanted to wat...
The Government launched a consultation on the amendments of the Highway Code review in July 2020, which are specifically designed to benefit walkers, cyclists, and equestrians.
The BHS welcomed interested participants to a successful Legacy Day on Tuesday 13 July at BHS Approved Centre, Hall Place, Berkshire. The event allowed those interested in leaving the BHS a gift in their Will to find out more about how the BHS works ...
2 Aug 2021
The equestrians of Team GB have been riding up a storm in Tokyo with medals in both the team and individual dressage events.
26 July 2021
It’s great seeing everyone involved in the equine industry to be able to move around with a bit more freedom. Whether it’s BHS Ride Out UK event to local or National qualifiers it is as important as ever to check your own form of equine transportatio...
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...
20 July 2021
As welfare charities we were disturbed and deeply concerned by Monday’s 20th July, Panorama programme on the BBC. It highlighted a number of issues that are not solely connected to racing, many of which the welfare charities have long been highlighti...
19 July 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) and the University of Bristol are asking members of the public not to feed any horses they may encounter whilst out and about.
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