The BSHA encourages participation; for young riders there is a “Rising Stars” final at the BSHA National Championships Show, all Affiliated Open Classes award a Young Rider special rosette throughout the year, in addition to the Amateur Rider and Novice awards.
There are two sections for the Amateur Rider; Amateur/Owner Rider, horses' can be professionally produced, and the Amateur Home Produced; the BSHA has also introduced the "INTRO" classes, into the National Championships.
The Association is very active and runs a series of Shows including the very popular BSHA Hunter & National Championship Shows, Judges' Conference, Conformation Training Workshops and Probationary Judges scheme.
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On 22nd October 2019 at a hearing before the BSHA’s independent Disciplinary Tribunal, Mr Peter Hodgkinson was suspended for three months, fined £500 and ordered to contribute £2000 towards the ...
Following the success of the 2019 Horse of the Year Show, it is with great pleasure to announce the showing judges for the 2020 Show. Each year the NEC transforms ...
This year sees the introduction of three new classes at the BSHA National Championship Show (13th -14th September at Addington Equestrian, Bucks) for the Novice/Amateur Rider, which are open to ...