29 Sept 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) President, Martin Clunes and Olympian gold medallist, Laura Collett have launched a new BHS programme, Pony Stars.
16 July 2021
The BHS’s Second Chance project launched in 2019 and the horses and ponies were rehomed into BHS Approved Centres running the BHS’ Changing Lives through Horses scheme, which supports vulnerable and disadvantaged young people and gives them the oppor...
10 June 2021
At the BHS we strive to protect the interests of horses and equestrians across the country. A big part of this is through working with the press to inform the public about a wide range of topics. In May, the Society has featured in national, regional...
19 May 2021
Lockdown exit campaign encourages public to speak up 100% anonymously about rural crime.
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.
19 Mar 2021
It has been announced that child abuse laws in England and Wales are to be expanded under the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bills.
THE Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) prestigious Sanctuary Awards took place virtually on 16 March 2021. RAF Shawbury’s Be Seen Be Safer horse rider awareness campaign was awarded a highly commended in the Social Value, Community and Heritage Award catego...
8 Mar 2021
The British Horse Society has released a new app that enables equestrians to quickly and easily submit details of incidents that have negatively affected their safety.
The free of charge new app, ‘Horse i’, has been specifically designed ...
4 Mar 2021
Pony Stars is our Junior Challenge Awards aimed at children under 12 years old to discover their love for ponies, the outdoors, and all things in between. There are over 100 topics for children to explore and start their love and friendship with poni...
3 Mar 2021
Currently, there is a Europe-wide alert of increased risk of disease associated with Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1), which originated in Valencia (ESP) and has already resulted in related outbreaks in at least three other countries in Europe.
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