Danny Pevsner FBHS

The British Horse Society is sad to announce the death of Daniel (Danny) Pevsner FBHS, who has passed away in Israel aged 73. Having suffered from cancer for the last few months, Danny had returned to his native Israel to be with his daughter. He will be acutely missed and remembered across the globe for…

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Molly Sivewright FBHS

F & I Association deeply saddened by the passing of Molly Sivewright FBHS Molly Sivewright, a Fellow of The British Horse Society and founder of The Talland School of Equitation, passed away on Wednesday 28 August aged 89. Mrs Sivewright was one of the greatest equestrian instructors this country has seen.  She became a Fellow…

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William Miflin

In Memoriam: William Miflin 1968 – 2013.   William was a great husband, father to Thomas and Georgia, a great horseman and a dedicated and encouraging coach. His premature departure from this world is a sad loss to us all.  William’s enthusiasm for life, his commitment to others and his selfless passion for helping and…

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Kenneth Clawson

Kenneth Clawson FBHS died on the 11th December 2012 having lost his battle with leukaemia. Kenneth was a long term member of the F and I Association and had taken several of our 2 day Annual courses, helping and supporting both riders and coaches in their own development. He always had a twinkle in his eye…

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Jane Goldsmith 1941 – 2012

It is with great sadness that I must report the passing of Jane Goldsmith FBHS last night. Jane, known to all of us, was a source of inspiration to many, was a leading exponent of para equestrian throughout the world as well as a highly respected trainer in all disciplines. A former Chief Examiner for…

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Pat Smallwood FBHS

A truly exceptional lady, Pat Smallwood FBHS, who died in 1998 left a legacy to many current instructors and trainers within the BHS and the equestrian industry. Pat, or Miss Smallwood as she was usually called, owned Radnage House Riding School. This was run as a successful commercial family business, but there was much more…

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