23 Mar 2021
Researchers at the University of Liverpool collaborated with major equine charities to document the experiences of more than 750 UK horse owners who use alternative grazing systems to manage their horse’s health and wellbeing.
The past centu...
18 Feb 2021
It’s been six weeks since the new regulations for moving horses to and from the EU came into effect and the team at British Equestrian felt it would be helpful to provide an update on how the new processes are working in practice, some of the difficu...
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.
26 Sept 2019
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal yesterday (25 September) paid a visit to Askham Bryan College near York to attend a road safety awareness event organised by The British Horse Society (BHS) and the College.
As Vice-Patron of the BHS and ...
9 Sept 2019
If you're looking to get into shape this season, riding might just be the perfect workout for you.
Over the years, research has proven that horse riding gives you significant health benefits, as well as a day full of fun. Whether you are an e...
30 July 2019
The BHS would like to thank the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) for commissioning and publishing the study and subsequent report on the analysis of the equine industry in Northern Ireland which you can read here. Thi...
5 Nov 2018
BHS Scotland held a well-attended equestrian access conference in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
Kenny Auld, Access, Recreation and Health Manager for Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority received a BHS access award.
4 July 2018
Members of The British Horse Society (BHS) Fellows and Instructors Association and their guests took part in an organised day trip to three of Ireland’s top equine locations on Tuesday 26 June.
8 Mar 2018
Results of a new pilot study on the effects of rider weight on equine performance, presented at the National Equine Forum on 8 March 2018, show that high rider: horse bodyweight ratios can induce temporary lameness and discomfort.
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