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BHS Scotland Infographic to Riding Safely and Responsibly - Summer/Autumn 2020

Equestrian Crossings (Traffic Advisory Leaflet 03) Department of Transport
Recommended practices to be followed when planning pegasus / equestrian crossings. This leaflet should be read in conjunction with the following Local Transport NotesThe Assessment of Pedestrian Crossings (LTN 1/95) and The Design of Pedestrian Crossings (LTN 2/95).

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Are You Riding Responsibly?
Guidance to help horse riders, carriage drivers and land managers understand and respond to each others needs in Scotland's outdoors.

British Horse Society Scotland Resources and Guidance (Main resource page)
Via this link, you'll find all the booklets and information leaflets produced by BHS Scotland, and theiry partner organisations, as well as forms and other useful information.

Equestrian Access (British Horse Society Scotland)
Factsheet providing detailed guidance about all aspects of path planning, design, construction and key considerations for gates, bridges, water and road crossings for horse access.

Equestrian Access Factsheets (British Horse Society Scotland)
Factsheets examining: summary of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2006, what is riding responsibly, what a horse rider should do if they have an access problem, lobbying for equestrain access and key equestrain cases under the Act.

Horse Riding, Carriage Driving and Managing Land Responsibly
Guidance to help horse riders, carriage drivers and land managers understand and respond to each others needs in Scotland's outdoors.

Mounting Blocks (The Ride UK)
This specification details should be used in conjunction with the Gates booklet and Bridle Gate Installation Checklist. The specification provides a suitable mounting block for equestrian access.

Pegasus Crossings (British Horse Society)
Primarily aimed at local authority road or transport practitioners, it provides a summary of the key practical points and measures on planning, designing and layout of light controlled crossings for horse riders. This information should be read in conjunction with the following publication: Equestrian Crossings (Traffic Advisory Leaflet 03/03).

'Pick Up Your Poo' (British Horse Society Scotland)
Advice on responsible dung management whilst out horse riding in the countryside.

Riding on Scotland's Towpaths
A guide to responsible horse riding on Scotland's towpaths.

Sharing Paths (British Horse Society Scotland and Cycling Scotland)
A guide for horse riders and cyclists on sharing paths jointly and responsible.


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