The BHS Scotland safety committee deals with all aspects of horse and rider safety in Scoland. In particular, we aim to reduce the number of road accidents involving horses by educating motorists on how to drive when horses are on the road and teaching riders how to ride safely on the road.
The committee also campaigns nationally for the safety of horses and riders on the road and works closely with police, Department of Transport, Scottish Road Safety campaign and other professional bodies.
Please also see the RoadSafetyScotland website
BHS Scotland Dog Familiarisation Days in Fife 6 August at Blairadam Forest and 4 September at Tentsmuir Forest
BHS Scotland have teamed up with Fife Council, Police Scotland and Forestry Commission Scotland to run two Dog Familiarisation days after several dog attacks on horses in the Fife area. Please download further information or email Helene at Helene.Mauchlen@bhs.org.uk
For all Riding and Road Safety queries please contact Di Parkinson at Headquarters on 02476 840482
or email Di by clicking here. Alternatively, you can find the Exam Dates by following this link - click here
Or, for general information about the Riding and Road Safety Exam follow this link - click here