27 Apr 2021
The British Horse Society has released a new edition of the Strategy to Eradicate and Prevent Strangles (STEPS), a collaborative effort with several organisations. The widely used strategy provides crucial guidance on how to minimise the risk of spre...
19 Mar 2021
THE Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) prestigious Sanctuary Awards took place virtually on 16 March 2021. RAF Shawbury’s Be Seen Be Safer horse rider awareness campaign was awarded a highly commended in the Social Value, Community and Heritage Award catego...
17 Mar 2021
To help raise funds for the BHS, two groups of keen riders have opted to take up the reins to compete in one of two charity races at Newbury and Wetherby.
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.
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...
28 May 2020
As days turn to weeks and weeks turn to months, it can be easy to feel disheartened during lockdown. In this time, it is important to keep yourself focused and occupied to create a positive mindset.
Take this opportunity to spend valuable time in y...
13 Mar 2020
Ireland - BHS Areas
Following announcements from both the ROI and UK governments yesterday, 12th March, in relation to the COVID-19 health alert, The British Horse Society has decided to cancel The BHS on Tour, 29th March and The BHS National Coaching Convention, 30th M...
3 Mar 2020
The BHS on Tour events aims to educate every type of rider. Each day will contain multiple sessions in which the audience will take away tips & tricks, exercises that can be recreated in your yard. These sessions aim to help riders improv...
24 Feb 2020
On 1 January 2026, bridleways in England and Wales that aren’t formally recorded will be lost to the public. Our campaign, Project 2026, aims to safeguard bridleways for public use so that equestrians today and in the future have safe off-road ...
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