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Jane Holderness-Roddam

Medal record
Competitor for 22x20px United Kingdom
Olympic Games
Gold 1968 Mexico City Team eventing

Jane Holderness-Roddam (née Bullen) was born on the 1st July 1948 and is a British event rider, winning Badminton Horse Trials in 1968 (on 'Our Nobby') and 1978 (on 'Warrior'). She also won Burghley Horse Trials in 1976 (on 'Warrior'), and competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City[1], winning team gold for Great Britain, alongside Richard Meade, Reuben Jones, Mary Bullen-Jane.

Currently Mrs Holderness-Roddam owns a stables in Gloucestershire jointly with her husband [2].



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