16 July 2021
The BHS’s Second Chance project launched in 2019 and the horses and ponies were rehomed into BHS Approved Centres running the BHS’ Changing Lives through Horses scheme, which supports vulnerable and disadvantaged young people and gives them the oppor...
25 June 2021
Equestrian Access Groups work across the UK to defend, extend and promote safe, easily accessible off-road riding for everyone. If there aren’t any in your area protecting your patch, perhaps you could form one with some fellow equestrians who love w...
10 June 2021
At the BHS we strive to protect the interests of horses and equestrians across the country. A big part of this is through working with the press to inform the public about a wide range of topics. In May, the Society has featured in national, regional...
3 June 2021
Over seven million Sky TV VIP subscribers are being encouraged to introduce their children to riding this summer, and will be given the chance to win a one hour beginner lesson at one of 35 British Horse Society (BHS) Approved Centres across the UK a...
1 June 2021
Operation ‘Lose the Blinkers’ was back out on the road for the first time since lockdown.
27 May 2021
The British Horse Society has helped improve the lives of countless horses and riders; this would not be possible without the support of volunteers donating their time to our cause. In a recent survey, we asked our fabulous volunteers the reasons why...
20 May 2021
A nationwide biobank to gather vital samples for research into the devastating disease Equine Grass Sickness (EGS), which has an 80% fatality rate in affected horses, has recently been launched by The Moredun Foundation and The Equine G...
12 Apr 2021
The British Horse Society’s Sefton Awards honour those who have made an outstanding contribution in the field of equestrian safety. The winners are PCSO Tracey Johnson, Staffordshire horsewoman Sue Hayes, PC Matt Hill and Shetland volunteer Kathryn N...
23 Mar 2021
BHS Scotland is joining 20 outdoor organisations are together calling for a new Outdoor Recreation Champion role to be created within the Scottish Government, to ensure everyone in society benefits from being active in nature.
Researchers at the University of Liverpool collaborated with major equine charities to document the experiences of more than 750 UK horse owners who use alternative grazing systems to manage their horse’s health and wellbeing.
The past centu...
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