18 Oct 2021
As Bonfire Night approaches, an ‘Impact of Fireworks’ campaign, run by the Scottish Government in partnership with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, is raising awareness of the dangers associated with fireworks misuse and of new rules...
24 Aug 2021
Have you been following the Olympics, watching the victories of Charlotte Dujardin and Oliver Townend and wondering where you can start your equestrian journey?
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...
3 Aug 2021
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.
2 July 2021
The BHS PR & Communications team are thrilled to announce we have won two PRCA DARE Awards, the Charity/Not for Profit Award and the Media Relations Award, for our Dead Slow campaign at the end of 2020.
23 June 2021
As we have emerged from lockdown over the past few months, more riders have been tacking up and getting out for a hack. While I have enjoyed seeing and hearing of friends and colleagues relishing the recent good weather, sadly, it also means an incre...
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 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.
19 Jan 2021
A project by Reaseheath College equine students to identify safe off road routes for horse riders has been recognised with a British Horse Society (BHS) national award.
24 Mar 2020
24 March 2020
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