Jenny Rudall is a freelance presenter, writer and broadcaster with a bright, personable, enthusiastic style and a passion for sport. Whether presenting from a wind-swept field, interviewing royalty, or in a television studio, Jenny’s approach is engaging, humorous and always well-researched.
After starting out as a Zoologist, Jenny is now best known for her work on Horse & Country TV (SKY 280). Jenny joined the H&C team in 2010, presenting and reporting for the channel at all the top equestrian events.
From this, the show ‘Rudall’s Round-Up’ was born in 2011. Each fortnight Jenny attends a different show or competition, reporting from backstage to bring viewers insight into the event and interviews with riders from grassroots to the very top of the sport.
Jenny has presented sporting coverage from major events including Hartpury International Horse Trials and Bramham International Horse Trials, bringing her depth of equestrian knowledge and her enthusiasm for sport.
Jenny is equally at home behind the camera – producing several of the popular shows seen on H&C including an in-depth show on the Household Cavalry’s Jubilee Year and, most recently, the hugely successful ‘Carl and Charlotte: Golden Year’.
Aside from presenting and producing, Jenny is a keen journalist, writing for the H&C website and publications including the Polo Times.
Jenny has a BSc (Honours) degree in Zoology from the University of Southampton, and remains passionate about animals. Equally Jenny has a love of all sports and is a great supporter of both cricket and rugby, spending most of her free time following both.
The rest of Jenny’s time is split between competing in eventing, coaching and producing horses. She is a qualified riding instructor and runs her own company where she encourages and tutors her clients in all equestrian disciplines.
Jenny’s friendly, informal manner and great subject knowledge has allowed her to get the very best out of those she interviews and she has recently turned her skills to live presentations and interviews in front of audiences.
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