In common with other similar bodies, the BSHA takes a very serious view of doping, whether intentional or unintentional.
It is the responsibility of the Member having custody of a horse, particularly in the twenty four hours before a Show, to ensure that nothing is fed, administered or applied to a horse that contains a Prohibited Substance.
Each year, the Association carries out a number of random dope tests around the country, at Shows affiliated to the BSHA.
|Name of Show||Horse||Owner||Positive/Negative|
|BSPS Area 2A Chaeshire Premier Spring||Forgotten Dreams||Mrs Michelle Swire||Negative|
|BSPS Area 2A Chaeshire Premier Spring||Gracefull Monarch||Miss Emily Plevin||Negative|
|BSPS Area 2A Chaeshire Premier Spring||Morrow's Marksman||Miss Polly Coles||Negative|
|Midland Counties Show||Bloomfield Valhalla||Ms Annabel Malim||Negative|
|Midland Counties Show||Bloomfield Spotlight||Mrs Lyssa Sheppard||Negative|
|Lincolnshire County Show||Redshaw Slaney Malt||Miss Hazel Noble||Negative|
|The Showing Register Gala Show||Daybreak Lad||Mrs Cheryl Owens||Negative|
|Royal International Horse Show||Diamonds Are Forever III||Miss Annabel Jenks||Negative|
|Royal International Horse Show||Casino III||Mrs Dianne Stennett||Negative|
|Royal International Horse Show||Carrhouse Billy Jean||Mrs Kim Colosso||Negative|
|Royal International Horse Show||Elusive||Mrs Suzanna Welby||Negative|