20 Apr 2021
The British Horse Society (BHS) and Tarmac have collaborated to ensure that a local bridleway is fit for the future.
6 Apr 2020
The British Horse Society was founded in 1947, and we have grown over the past 70 years to become the largest and most influential equestrian charity in the UK with over 110,000 members.
The BHS wouldn’t have been able to achieve what we have ...
4 Sept 2019
The British Horse Society (BHS) and Knowlton Parish Council have successfully joined forces to raise funds for essential work on an unsafe bridleway in Horton.
The bridleway had grossly deteriorated over time becoming overgrown with dangerous and u...
22 July 2019
HRH The Princess Royal visited a bridleway in Somerset to admire resurfacing works carried out by The BHS and Mendip Bridleways & Byways Association.
7 June 2019
Facebook Live – General Meeting Questions
Chief Executive’s Office
Could you outline what the top three priorities are for the BHS in the next six to 12 months?
Our three Strategic Priorities are:
Increase the number of people taking...
9 Apr 2018
After a successful first year, which saw more than 1,000 riders take part in events throughout the country, the BHS has announced that its Ride Out UK Month will be returning for May 2018.
12 Jan 2018
Regional Access and Bridleways Officer for the North of England, Sue Rogers, has prepared a review of 2017’s achievements for equestrian access in the region.
19 Dec 2017
As 2017 draws to an end, we would like to reflect on what has been achieved for equestrian access during the year.
24 July 2017
Following the launch of The British Horse Society’s (BHS) Dead or Dead Slow campaign, which highlights the dangers that riders face every day on Britain’s roads, the Society (17 July) has launched its Ride Safe Award.
28 June 2017
Throughout May, an incredible 1,143 riders and carriage drivers tacked up and took part in The British Horse Society’s first ever Ride Out UK Month, sponsored by Equisafety. The BHS has announced that more than £8,900 has been pledged for its Paths f...
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