25 July 2019
Take in the serene beauty of National Trust estates on horseback as part of the BHS' Ride Out UK.
Explore routes not usually open to the public, meet new people and enjoy some of the UK's most tranquil areas of countryside, all whilst rai...
24 July 2019
Many equestrian routes are fragmented and can now only be reached using busy roads. Our research has shown that there have been 3,797 road incidents involving horses reported to us since November 2010. These incidents sadly involved the dea...
19 July 2019
Visit BHS Approved Centre Grove House Equestrian Centre this weekend (20-21 July) for their open days, and enjoy a coffee and cake! Find out what membership with the Society can offer you and how you can ‘challenge’ yourself as a rec...
7 June 2019
Visitors to the Surrey Hills are encouraged to “Be Nice, Say Hi”, as the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) adopts the joint campaign of cycling and horse-riding charities, Cycling UK and The British Horse Society (BHS...
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...
16 May 2019
The largest equestrian charity in the UK, The British Horse Society (BHS), has been asked by 42 members to hold a General Meeting.
8 May 2019
We are aware of today’s news regarding the Equine Influenza outbreaks and we urge all owners to be extra vigilant of the clinical signs of the virus.
24 Apr 2019
The British Horse Society (BHS) has announced the return of Ride Out UK (ROUK) for 2019, with the campaign now running from May through to October.
14 Mar 2019
Alarming new statistics have revealed nearly two horses a week are being killed on UK roads, with over 845 incidents involving horses and drivers reported to The British Horse Society last year.
5 Dec 2018
The British Horse Society and UK Road Offender Education are thrilled to reveal that equines and equestrians will now be identified as vulnerable road users in National Driver Offender Retraining Schemes.
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