Jenny will keep you up to date with all the goings-on in the horse world, from Badminton to Hickstead and Team Chasing to Point-to-Points. Bookmark this page to find out where she has been and who she has met, and browse through these pages to find out more about Jenny and the latest episodes.
Rudall's Round-up: GCT London
Jenny travels to the heart of London, to go behind the scenes at the Global Champions Tour where the world's best showjumpers are set to compete.
Rudall's Round-Up: RDA Champs
Guest presenter Charlotte Ricca-Smith goes behind the scenes at the RDA's flagship event, and Jenny Rudall meets FEI President HRH Princess Haya.
Rudall's Round-Up: Hickstead Derby
Jenny heads to the All England Showjumping Course, the home of British showjumping, for all the behind the scenes action over Equestrian.com Derby week.
Rudall's Round-Up: Bolesworth
Guest presenter Charlotte Ricca-Smith heads to the Bolesworth International in Cheshire for top level showjumping, and to see eventers take on showjumpers in the Eventing Grand Prix.
Rudall's Round-Up: Bath & West
Jenny heads to the Royal Bath and West show in Somerset to check out the biggest event in the rural calendar, from top showjumping to the country's finest livestock and over 600 trade stands.
Rudall's Round-Up: Royal Windsor
The H&C team head to Windsor to bring you action and gossip from the showjumping, showing and dressage competitions, all performed in the Royal grounds.
Rudall's Round-Up: Badminton
Jenny heads to the prestigious Badminton Horse trials to bring you all the behind the scenes action from eventings most famous 4 star competition.
Rudall's Round-Up: Team Chasing
Jenny heads to Gloucestershire for the British Team Chasing National Championships to check out the action and meet the competitors in this fast and furious team sport
Rudall's Round-Up: Winter Dressage Champs
Jenny heads to the NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships where talented amateurs and Britain's best compete side by side over five days of intense competition.
Rudall's Round-Up: Welfare Crisis
In this special edition of Rudall's Round-Up Jenny investigates the current horse welfare crisis in the UK and looks into issues such as abandonment, flooding and fly-grazing.
Rudall's Round-Up: JAS Finals
Jenny reports from the final of the Baileys/British Eventing Jumping and Style Series at Bury Farm, where eventers compete indoors and are judged on style as well as time and penalties.
Rudall's Round-Up: Eventing Forum
Jenny goes behind the scenes at the International Eventing Forum to meet top riders and trainers and to gather tips to help you improve your eventing performance
Rudall's Round-Up: Claire Lomas
The team heads to Newmarket for Claire Lomas' latest charity event where top riders compete on a bucking bronco. Also Jenny meets Amber Woodhouse, winner of the British Eventing cinema competition.
Rudall's Round-Up: The Brooke
Jenny goes behind the scenes at a new photography exhibition by former champion jockey Richard Dunwoody, which explores the work of The Brooke.
Rudall's Round-up: Stallion Event
Jenny Rudall goes behind the scenes at the Stallion Event at Hartpury College to meet some of the best stallions in the country.
(c) Emily Corcoran photography
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.
Rudall’s Round-up: Greenwich was a daily analysis show which ran throughout the London 2012 Olympic Games. Jenny interviewed a panel of experts and celebrities each day from a location in Greenwich, creating an informative and entertaining show. She also reported from within Greenwich Park on the Paralympic dressage competition.
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.
She has also interviewed many celebrities and members of royalty, including HRH Princess Haya, HRH Prince Sultan bin Salman, Zara Phillips, Rory Bremner, Jennifer Saunders and Martin Clunes.
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'.
Jenny has a BSc (Honours) degree in Zoology from the University of Southampton, and remains passionate about animals. 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.
(c) Emily Corcoran Photography
How did you get involved with horses?
I rode as child in army saddle clubs, as my Dad was in the army, but didn’t take up horses properly until after university. After my degree, I decided to train in Ireland, as well as gaining my BHS exams, and this gave me a great knowledge in showjumping and training youngsters.
When did you start working for H&C TV?
I ran Wimbledon Village stables for many years and, unbeknown to me, one of my clients - Heather Killen - was the Chairman of the channel. When I left Wimbledon to go freelance, Heather asked me to come on board and have a go in front of the cameras. I still teach and train alongside my presenting role with H&C.
What would you do if you didn’t work with horses?
I would probably have gone into my other love, zoology. After my degree course, I started work with horses, but I would love to study animals again.
Horse of a lifetime?
I have a few – in dressage, it has to be Totilas, after I saw him at the Europeans I was in love. In eventing I’d choose Murphy Himself and Tamarillo - both were brave and clever horses, although Murphy was perhaps a little too brave! In showjumping, it’s the famous Shutterfly – that horse jumped with his hooves round his ears.
Do you have your own horses?
I am very lucky that I have owners who trust their horses Lois Lane and Frankie to me – and I will be out and about on the eventing circuit when I’m not busy covering events for H&C.
Do you have a nickname?
Several, but H&C blogger Jay Halim called me J-Rudd and it seems to have stuck.
My screen test for H&C backstage at Olympia – petrifying!
I think anyone who can get to the top in equestrianism is astonishing but I think there are few better than Andrew Nicholson or Francis Whittington cross-country, Shane Breen is a phenomenal showjumper and in the dressage world it has to be Mr Hester!
David Attenborough – not sure that needs further explanation.
There is no such thing as luck, just opportunity mixed with preparation.