28 June 2022
The BHS stand at the Royal Highland Show was alive with business being done, acquaintances met, good conversations held and hundreds of teas served over the four days.
Scottish Partnership Against Rural Crime pledges to tackle Equine Road safety, theft and horse interference issues while supporting horse riders and carriage drivers right of safe access to the countryside.
Rural Watch Scotland, as an extension of Neighbourhood Watch Scotland, is a community led initiative to bring local people together to address crime and other community safety issues.
17 June 2022
The British Horse Society (BHS) is urging drivers to humanise horse riders with the launch of it’s ‘Look Out for Laura’ video campaign. This is an extension of the hugely successful ‘Dead Slow’ campaign which the BHS launched in response to the alarm...
8 June 2022
The British Horse Society (BHS), in collaboration with Robert Gordon University and the Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) Scotland, today launched a new report analysing how horses respond to the noise of an electric car.
1 June 2022
This week (1-7 June) marks National Volunteers’ Week – an annual celebration of those who give up their time to help their communities and country. The British Horse Society (BHS) has more than 1,200 dedicated volunteers that contribute their time to...
31 May 2022
The 2022 World Horse Welfare British Horse Society Balmoral Ride was was a huge success with over 200 riders and 5 carriages taking part.
16 May 2022
The British Horse Society Ireland (BHS) have launched a new (free) guidance resource and video, to support the development of off-road equestrian access in Northern Ireland, and to encourage responsible sharing of public spaces by all who use them.
12 May 2022
The British Horse Society (BHS) is excited to launch this year’s Ride Out UK, the annual campaign celebrating the joys of riding out, while raising money to protect and improve safe off-road routes for all.
28 Apr 2022
We are delighted to welcome Catriona Davies to the role to work with horse riders and carriage drivers and support our access representatives across Scotland.
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