23 Sept 2021
Summer might be slowly drawing to a close but there are hopefully still a few good days left to get out for a hack. While going off road can be safer than being on roads there are always some risks attached with riding. Being prepared can help minimi...
31 Aug 2021
Many of you will have heard of the tragic incident last week which resulted in the loss of four horses belonging to Nick Gauntlett and Sophie Hulme.
Nick, his family and grooms were heading to Blair Castle International Horse Trials. Unfortunately, t...
27 Aug 2021
The British Horse Society is deeply saddened to hear of the passing of James Buxton, a former BHS Director and Trustee, lifetime supporter and valued member of the Society.
James joined the Society as a Director, managing the Development Officers, b...
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?
20 Aug 2021
Isn’t summer great? The warmer, longer days allow us to get out and enjoy more time with our horses. For many, it means that longer hacks are now an option. It may be the case that the longer days make you think that there is a lesser need to w...
17 Aug 2021
ScotEquine are attending Blair International Horse Trials this year and would like to invite all equine owners/keepers to visit the stand to Sign-up and Connect to their equines - free gift for those that do!
6 Aug 2021
The BHS Ride Out Fund has helped secure a new off-road route in Ickwell, Bedfordshire, England.
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.
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...
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.
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