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29 January 2015

BSHA Judges Conference 2015

The BSHA recently held its annual Judges’ Conference at The Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, Warwickshire. After a welcome reception including coffee and Danish pastries, the delegates sat down in small groups to discuss a variety of topics. This change of format allowed many Judges to enter into debate and for the roving table leaders to encourage many Judges to voice their opinions.This approach, covering a number ...

28 January 2015

Richard Meade, OBE

Richard John Hannay Meade OBE (4 December 1938 – 8 January 2015) was Britain's most successful equestrian Olympian. He was a triple Olympic gold medallist and the first British rider to have won an individual Olympic title.Meade – BSHA Judge and Equestrian Legend Richard Meade was born in Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Wales. His parents, John and Phyllis (née Watts) were joint masters of the ...

28 January 2015

HOYS Ladies’ Side Saddle Horse of the Year - Rules

This competition is open to mares or geldings, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cm, to be ridden side saddle by a lady. This class will be run in accordance with the HOYS General Rules as set out in their Rule Book; please see:HOYS Rule Book 2015Additional Rules:1. Owners, Riders and Producers must be Members of the British Show Horse Association (BSHA), and all Horses ...

04 December 2014

Ladies Side Saddle Horse of the Year

The Final of this new class will be held at the prestigious Horse of the Year Show. The class will be open to registered Hacks, Cobs, Maxi Cobs and Riding Horses, as well as Hunters, ridden side saddle by a lady. The aim of this new class is to encourage greater participation in the class and to make it appeal to ...

28 November 2014

HOYS Press Release

Opening of Championships Increases Opportunities to Compete at HOYS........ ...

13 November 2014


The BSHA held its’ AGM at The National Motorcycle Museum on Sunday 9th November 2014. With National Remembrance services throughout the country the Meeting was called to order early in order to observe a two minutes silence, which President Ros Hargreaves, dedicated to the men and horses that fell in the service of their country.The Meeting quickly passed through the order of the day with ...