6 Sept 2021
Paralympian Natasha Baker MBE and FEI judge Christian Landolt are one of equestrianism’s longest-running rider-owner partnerships and just last week, Natasha has succeeded in scooping Silver in the Grade III Individual Dressage at Tokyo, together wit...
31 Aug 2021
Many of you will have heard of the tragic incident last week which resulted in the loss of four horses belonging to Nick Gauntlett and Sophie Hulme.
Nick, his family and grooms were heading to Blair Castle International Horse Trials. Unfortunately, t...
27 Aug 2021
The British Horse Society is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of James Buxton, a former BHS Director and Trustee, lifetime supporter and valued member of the Society.
James joined the Society as a Director, managing the Development Officers, b...
24 Aug 2021
BHS Scotland welcomes the return of ceremonial military horses in Scotland.
Have you been following the Olympics, watching the victories of Charlotte Dujardin and Oliver Townend and wondering where you can start your equestrian journey?
20 Aug 2021
Isn’t summer great? The warmer, longer days allow us to get out and enjoy more time with our horses. For many, it means that longer hacks are now an option. It may be the case that the longer days make you think that there is a lesser need to w...
17 Aug 2021
ScotEquine are attending Blair International Horse Trials this year and would like to invite all equine owners/keepers to visit the stand to Sign-up and Connect to their equines - free gift for those that do!
11 Aug 2021
Ever turned your back after tying up your horse only to find they have managed to successfully snap their lead rope and are now cantering away? As restrictions have eased, many of us are enjoying getting out and about to shows again, so it is importa...
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...
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