26 Oct 2021
Ever lost balance whilst riding, grabbed the reins and found this spooked your horse? The concept of neck straps to aid stability is a familiar concept to most riders
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.
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 BHS welcomed interested participants to a successful Legacy Day on Tuesday 13 July at BHS Approved Centre, Hall Place, Berkshire. The event allowed those interested in leaving the BHS a gift in their Will to find out more about how the BHS works ...
26 July 2021
It’s great seeing everyone involved in the equine industry to be able to move around with a bit more freedom. Whether it’s BHS Ride Out UK event to local or National qualifiers it is as important as ever to check your own form of equine transportatio...
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...
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 ...
25 May 2021
Congratulations to Joanne McCabe BHS Accredited Professional Coach who was presented with the Farney Grange Trophy.
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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