27 Apr 2021
The British Horse Society has released a new edition of the Strategy to Eradicate and Prevent Strangles (STEPS), a collaborative effort with several organisations. The widely used strategy provides crucial guidance on how to minimise the risk of spre...
20 Apr 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) and Tarmac have collaborated to ensure that a local bridleway is fit for the future.
19 Apr 2021
You may have seen the launch of our most recent Dead Slow campaign, where we released new statistics on the number of road incidents involving horses reported to us in the last year and launched our new reporting app, Horse i.
12 Apr 2021
The British Horse Society’s Sefton Awards honour those who have made an outstanding contribution in the field of equestrian safety. The winners are PCSO Tracey Johnson, Staffordshire horsewoman Sue Hayes, PC Matt Hill and Shetland volunteer Kathryn N...
9 Apr 2021
On hearing the sad news of the passing of The Duke of Edinburgh, the BHS offers its sincere condolences to our Patron, Her Majesty the Queen, our Vice-Patron, HRH The Princess Royal and the entire Royal Family.
The Duke was a noted equestrian and, in...
8 Apr 2021
The BHS are supporting a national week of action encouraging people to speak out and challenge the stigma of the UK’s most prevalent equine disease.
A life well lived!
Passed Away early on Monday 15 March 2021
Anita was born in Belfast on 1 December 1939. One of six girls she went to Park Parade School on the Ravenhill Road, Belfast.
She sang in a gospel choir as a teenager and tutored t...
25 Mar 2021
New statistics released by The British Horse Society (BHS) show road incidents involving horses and vehicles remain a problem, with 1,010 incidents reported to the equine charity over the past year.
23 Mar 2021
If you break down – go left! That’s the message from Highways England which has launched its biggest ever campaign to help drivers feel safer as the nation travels the Government’s roadmap out of the lockdown.
With self-contained ...
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.
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