28 Feb 2022
Your most frequent questions about Stage 1 and above answered.
9 Feb 2022
BHS Safety Director Alan Hiscox and Television Presenter Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes hosted a Question & Answer session on Facebook Live on Tuesday 8th February 2022 about changes in the new Highway Code for equestrians.
The BHS Safety Team has been...
27 Jan 2022
The British Horse Society (BHS) welcomes the new proposed Highway Code changes, following reports of four horses killed on Britain’s roads already this year. This follows 46 equine deaths reported to the charity in the previous year, with an addition...
26 Jan 2022
The guidance for motorists to pass horse riders and horse-drawn vehicles at speeds under 10 mph and allow at least two metres’ space is a significant strengthening to the latest edition of the Highway Code –
7 Jan 2022
Adrian Bigg, a British Horse Society (BHS) volunteer from Cornwall, has been awarded this year’s Horse & Hound Dengie Volunteer of the Year for his outstanding contribution to equestrian access.
2 Dec 2021
An SI (statutory instrument) has been laid in Parliament (1st December) covering a number of changes to the Highway Code. The Government initially promised to review the Highway Code in November 2018 in response to the Cycling and Walking Investment ...
30 Nov 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) has honoured the incredible winners of this year’s Annual Awards in a ceremony with BHS Vice-Patron, HRH The Princess Royal and BHS President, Martin Clunes OBE.
The BHS Annual Awards programme celebrates the i...
24 Nov 2021
The British Horse Society was honoured to have the charity’s Vice Patron, HRH Princess Anne, and BHS President, Martin Clunes OBE, in attendance at its annual Newbury Charity Race last week.
The BHS Vice Patron met the eight amateur jockeys at ...
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?
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