3 Mar 2021
Currently, there is a Europe-wide alert of increased risk of disease associated with Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1), which originated in Valencia (ESP) and has already resulted in related outbreaks in at least three other countries in Europe.
24 Feb 2021
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25 Jan 2021
Six leading animal welfare charities are calling on the public and the government for support this winter to help them cope with an expected surge in equine welfare cases due to the pandemic, as they release a joint report, Britain’s Horse Problem.
17 Dec 2020
Despite the challenges of 2020, I’m delighted to let you know that our success in meeting our charitable objectives continues unabated. Because of the support each of you contributes through being a member, supporter and volunteer we have been able t...
25 Nov 2020
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16 Nov 2020
New statistics released by The British Horse Society (BHS) show road incidents involving horses and vehicles are continuing to rise with 1,037 incidents reported to the equine charity over the past year.
The BHS collates incident statistics each ye...
28 Oct 2020
In the last year, more than double the number of incidents involving fireworks were reported to the BHS, up from 66 to 134. Over 400 incidents and, tragically, 23 horse fatalities have been reported to the BHS since 2010.
2 Oct 2020
Colic Awareness Week is back: Monday 5th to 11th October and this year the ‘React Now to Beat Colic’ campaign, run by The British Horse Society (BHS) and The University of Nottingham, is asking all horse owners to make a pledge and sign up to receiv...
7 Sept 2020
We are urging riders and carriage drivers to have their say on the proposed changes to the Highway Code, aimed at improving the safety of vulnerable road users.
The government launched a consultation on the amendments, which are specifically designed...
Following pleas from local riders, eight specially commissioned ‘Dead Slow’ road signs have been installed around the village of Brewood as the threat of traffic connected to a major housing development is causing alarm to the equestrian community.
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