21 Jan 2020
The British Horse Society (BHS) is voicing its support for the new Agriculture Bill 2019-20 following its introduction to the House of Commons on January 16.
Mark Weston, Director of Access at The British Horse Society said: “The BHS welcomes t...
25 Nov 2019
New Gold membership benefit
Selling your horse or pony? The BHS have launched a ‘Sale Agreement’ service for Gold members to help you sell your horse with peace of mind that you’ve followed the rules and that your horse will be tak...
BHS Scotland celebrates a string of awards for its deserving members at the 2019 BHS award night.
22 Nov 2019
The BHS 2019 Annual Awards were held at Saddlers’ Hall on Friday 22 November. These awards recognise the achievements an individual, group or organisation has made across the Society. This could be securing new equestrian access, improving eque...
4 Oct 2019
One of the best ways to make sure that your riding clients are in safe hands is to make sure your relevant members of staff hold current DBS checks. This gives not only you, but your client’s peace of mind that their centre is concerned about t...
18 July 2019
The British Horse Society (BHS) is shocked to announce the theft of their horse healthcare vehicle
27 June 2019
NFSCo (The National Fallen Stock Company, which facilitates the cost effective removal of fallen farm animals and horses) is providing a new service specifically to give horse owners access to information about end of life decision making, and the pr...
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...
5 Feb 2019
NFSCo (The National Fallen Stock Company, which facilitates the cost effective removal of fallen farm animals and horses) is providing a new facility for equine services and information to better help horse, pony and donkey owners with end of life de...
14 Jan 2019
Whilst encounters between horses and gritting lorries are fairly infrequent, the nature of these vehicles with flashing lights and the noise from the spreading equipment is not familiar to most horses. This may cause the horse to react in a way that ...
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