To promote the welfare of horses (including all equines, horse riders and users) and matters affecting the horse industry.
1. Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021
08/01/2021 - Secondary Legislation
Found: tennis” (ii)“Becher Chase horse-racing” (iii)“Cheltenham New Year’s Day meeting horse-racing” (iv)“Coral Welsh
2. Written evidence: Myra Bennett, British Horse Society County Access Officer, Wiltshire (AB20)
17/02/2020 - Bill Documents
Found: Written evidence submitted by Myra Bennett, British Horse Society County Access Officer, Wiltshire (AB20)
3. Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) (Amendment) (No. 14) Regulations 2021
07/05/2021 - Secondary Legislation
Found: (i)“Curling Euro Super Series”; (ii)“Betfair Hurdle Day horse-racing”; (iii)“Billie Jean King Cup Play-offs by
& Trotting Horse
Great Britain and
Found: Written evidence - British Horse SocietyWritten Evidence submitted by The British Horse Society (RSA0077)Executive
1. Horse Racing
23/09/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: debate at what is a critical time for the British horse racing industry. Racing is a sport that means so - Speech Link
2: possible to have policy that leads to a flourishing horse racing industry and the sport doing well that is - Speech Link
3: soft power, there is little more powerful than horse racing. Through the sport’s historic connection - Speech Link
2. Horse Tethering
20/02/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: moved quickly, it is easy for people to tether a horse on land that does not belong to them and then move - Speech Link
2: to the Adjournment debate tonight. The British Horse Society is on record as stating that although many - Speech Link
3: become muddy if it is wet, hugely damaging the horse. That is one of the other problems of tethering - Speech Link
3. Racehorse Protection
15/10/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: should understand the potential risks of injury. In horse-racing, jockeys have the choice whether to participate - Speech Link
2: slaughtered for meat”, “Jockey banned after…punching horse”, “Three horses die within 30 minutes at Hexham - Speech Link
3: should lose its horse welfare remit and be replaced by an independent body that has horse welfare as its - Speech Link
4. Welfare of horses in Wellingborough
06/01/2021 - Petitions
1: authorities have powers under the 2006 Act to act where a horse is suspected to be suffering on any land, public - Speech Link
2: public land. In all cases, the person seizing the horse must notify the local police force within 24 hours - Speech Link
3: and other interested parties to ensure issues of horse abandonments or neglect are effectively addressed - Speech Link
5. Road Safety
05/11/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: thoughtless behaviour? The principal victims are horse riders, as they are throughout the New Forest often - Speech Link
2: constituency. He may not be aware that, actually, horse riders are mentioned in the Highway Code. Measures - Speech Link
3: up the challenge to get back on a horse this summer after many years of not riding and to experience - Speech Link
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Saqib Bhatti MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3423.
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Georgia Dickson, The British Horse Society, Equestrian House, Abbey Park, Stareton Road, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire CV8 2XZ . Tel: 02476 840 500
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