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.
During the current COVID19 outbreak the BSHA office will be open during the following hours:
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Forms for 2021 will be available in the New Year.
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Since I last wrote to you in May there have been some encouraging signs with successful Events and Training Clinics taking place. In fact the BSHA has run a number of Training Clinics up and down the country which have proved very popular with Members and Non Members alike....
The British Equestrian Federation, in conjunction with the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) and the British Horseracing Authority (BHA), has approved a proposal regarding the vaccination schedule for equine influenza ...
The British Show Horse Association is following Government guidelines in the running of the Association’s day-to-day business activities in relation to Coronavirus (COVID–19).Although staff are mostly working from home, we ...