19 Apr 2021
You may have seen the launch of our most recent Dead Slow campaign, where we released new statistics on the number of road incidents involving horses reported to us in the last year and launched our new reporting app, Horse i.
25 Mar 2021
New statistics released by The British Horse Society (BHS) show road incidents involving horses and vehicles remain a problem, with 1,010 incidents reported to the equine charity over the past year.
4 Mar 2021
The past year has been extremely challenging for all of us, but it has been heart-warming to see the whole equestrian community come together to support one another through such a critical time.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you, ou...
Ride Out UK 2020 was a little different due to Covid-19, but that did not stop people getting involved and raising crucial funds for equestrian routes.
Ride Out UK is our annual campaign which celebrates and raises awareness of the great wor...
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.
23 Feb 2021
A call to any riders who live or ride within the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park (LLTNP), to improve access.
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...
2 Sept 2020
Please note, while the guidance is current at the point of publication, it may quickly be superseded following further government updates, or changes to the situation. Please bear with us while make these changes. Regional restrict...
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 ...
19 Mar 2020
According to the UK MET Office February 2020 was the UK’s wettest February on record in a series dating back to 1862. The UK had 209.1mm of rain which is 237% of the average for February. This made stables almost unbearable with so much mud yo...
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