Jane Holderness-Roddam

Jane became a Trustee in December 2013.

Jane Holderness-Roddam

Jane Holderness-Roddam is a British event rider. She was the first British woman to ride in the Olympic three-day event team (Mexico Team Gold) in 1968. She was also a winner at Badminton Horse Trials 1968 and 1978 and at Burghley Horse Trials in 1976.

A former Chair of British Eventing, Riding for the Disabled Association, and Council Chair of the British Equestrian Federation, Jane is currently President of the Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy, British Equestrian Trade Association, Caspian Horse Society and Patron Side Saddle Association.

Jane was appointed LVO in 1998, and CBE in 2006. She was presented with the Queen's Award for Equestrianism in 2009.