Jane Holderness-Roddam

Jane Holderness-Roddam

Company Director

Jane was the first British woman to compete in the Olympic Three-Day Event, winning a Team Gold in Mexico 1968. Jane has ridden, completed, judged, instructed and officiated in many countries around the world, in a variety of equestrian disciplines, from showing to eventing.

Jane is President of British Eventing; the Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy; British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA); and the Caspian Horse Society.

She is also Patron of the Side Saddle Association.

Jane is a British Eventing Steward and Accredited Trainer; FEI Judge and Steward; and the author of over 20 equestrian books.

She was formerly National Chairman of Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), a position held for nine years, and is former Council Chairman of the British Equestrian Federation.