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Latest appeals & campaigns

Our key campaigns across our core foundations of education, welfare, access and safety allow us to make a real impact on the lives of horses and those who care for them in many different ways.

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Ranging from our Dead Slow campaign which aims to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities experienced from equestrians on the road, to our Second Chance programme where rescue horses are rehabilitated into our Approved Centres – none of the work we do would be possible without your donations.  

Any contribution big or small, to any of our campaigns, will bring us one step closer to protecting horses and the equestrian community, safeguarding their heritage for future generations to come.  

Changing Lives through Horses

Changing Lives through Horses aims to improve the lives of disengaged young people, regardless of their background, and give them the opportunity to develop skills that enable them to return to education and/or employment.

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Keep Britain riding

The bond between horses and humans is like no other, yet future generations may miss out on the opportunity to discover everything that horses can bring. Without them, what are we?

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Dead Slow

Dead Slow seeks to protect vulnerable road users by educating drivers on how to safely pass horses. We work closely with MPs, the police, road safety partnerships, and other safety organisations to ensure change is made to make a difference to equine safety.

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Second Chance rehoming project

Our Second Chance project rehomes neglected, mistreated and rescued horses, giving them a second chance to discover a better life at one of our BHS Approved Centres. Our centres are home to BHS-qualified professionals who are equipped with the understanding, patience, skills, and knowledge needed to assist and rehabilitate those horses in desperate need.

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