November 2017


horsescotland news items from October 2017

  • BGA Reveals Shocking Bullying Statistics

    BGA Reveals Shocking Bullying Statistics

    A recent survey conducted by the British Grooms Association (BGA) revealed that over 70% of grooms have been bullied (including being the recipient of derogatory comments) within the workplace, either.... View details »

  • Next stage of BEF Equine Development programmes

    Next stage of BEF Equine Development programmes

    The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) has completed a period of review of the initial expressions of interest in running its Equine Development programmes -  Futurity, Equine Bridge, Stallion Event .... View details »

  • BEF gets behind Anti-Bullying Week 2017

    BEF gets behind Anti-Bullying Week 2017

    Marking the start of Anti-Bullying Week (13-17 November 2017), the British Equestrian Federation is supporting the Anti-Bullying Alliance.   Anti-Bullying Week encourages all children, teachers and pa.... View details »

  • Changes to the British Dressage Board

    Changes to the British Dressage Board

    British Dressage today announces some changes to the Board of Directors, with two members of the Board recently standing down from their positions.  Newly appointed Finance Director Karen Wilson tende.... View details »

  • Lucy Rennie wins the Schools 90cm League Class

    Lucy Rennie wins the Schools 90cm League Class

    Lucy Rennie, aged 15 from South West Scotland secured first place last month at Morris Equestrian Centre in the Schools 90cm League Class. Riding for Wellington School, Lucy and her pony G E C Delight.... View details »