14 July 2021
A bridleway in Hampshire was reopened on Monday after extensive work was completed, in a collaborative project funded by The British Horse Society (BHS), Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund and several local organisations.
22 June 2021
BHS Scotland welcomed our first and most important official visitors to our new operations hub at The Stirling Rural Centre.
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...
1 June 2021
This BHS programme recognises the outstanding achievements of the society’s volunteers, supporters and partners from 2020 and includes many shining examples of humanity, endurance and relentless hard work across safety, education, access and welfare ...
27 May 2021
The British Horse Society has helped improve the lives of countless horses and riders; this would not be possible without the support of volunteers donating their time to our cause. In a recent survey, we asked our fabulous volunteers the reasons why...
20 May 2021
A nationwide biobank to gather vital samples for research into the devastating disease Equine Grass Sickness (EGS), which has an 80% fatality rate in affected horses, has recently been launched by The Moredun Foundation and The Equine G...
5 May 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) is to open a new operations centre in Scotland.
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.
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.
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