BHS Scotland is the only equestrian organisation involved in access in Scotland. We are committed to educating riders, land owners and managers on responsible riding and helping all equestrians have access to safe off-road riding.
We do this by having an invaluable network of access volunteers throughout Scotland who work with riders and other access organisations to ensure that horse riders are considered along with cyclists and walkers when off-road routes are being planned.
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BHS on the Land Reform Scotland 2003 Act (LRSA)
On behalf of all horse-riders in Scotland, the British Horse Society Scotland has submitted a document to the Land Reform Review Group (LRRG) in response to a call for evidence on the Land Reform Scotland 2003 Act (LRSA) which is ten years old this year. To read the response, please click on the links below.
BHS Evidence to LRRG
Obstructions to Equestrian Access Survey Analysis
What we've been doing for you
Supporting equestrian access in Scotland means we get involved in many different types of query. Here is a sample of some recent things we've dealt with over the last few months:
Wind farm consultations: working with local riders:
Standard responses submitted in relation to proposals at: