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What does BHS stand for?

BHS stands for British Horse Society

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Sam's success includes passing the British Horse Society stages 1 and 2 in horse-care & riding with distinction along with the British Horse Society''s (BHS) Riding and Road Safety test.
A spokeswoman for Cleveland Police said: "Anyone with concerns about their dog being around horses or vice versa, can get an information sheet by the Blue Cross and British Horse Society from PC Mike Pilbeam of the Joint Equine Group on the non-emergency 101 number.
A report presented to the committee yesterday said: "It is recommended to refuse this application given the complaints by the British Horse Society of horse riders being put off using this part of the bridleway for fear of themselves or their horses having an accident and the reported incident of one rider being thrown from a horse which bolted.
Durham Constabulary is working with the British Horse Society (BHS), the RSPCA and Durham County Council to promote a horse identification event in Bishop Auckland later this week.
But the Ramblers Association and the British Horse Society objected, saying an alternative route alongside a congested ring road was unacceptable and the footpath was a basic right which should not be undermined by big corporations.
The move follows a year-long consultation exercise in which representatives from the British Horse Society, British Driving Society, the Forestry Commission and TROT discussed the best way to improve facilities for horse riders and carriage drivers.
BHA chief executive Nic Coward is to become chairman of the British Horse Industry Confederation (BHIC), which covers horseracing and other equine sports, from October 1, taking over the rotating position from Graham Cory of the British Horse Society.