Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at both shows and at home? Our interview series is all about catching up with various individuals in this exciting sport and getting the low down on their lives. The ups, the downs, and everything in between!
Holidays or any kinds of special occasions throughout the year can be tough on the best of us, especially those who have experienced loss. Here at the JDF we understand that and wanted to share some personal messages from the team, as well as giving you an insight on who we are and our own grieving processes over the last year and a half.
The lots this year are hard to come by so make sure you don't miss out! From bursaries with top riders to tickets to the World Cup in Las Vegas and VIP invitations to the Prague Playoffs, we really do have the BEST sponsors!
A main focus of the Jack Dodd Foundation is to provide young riders with information that can help them prepare for anything that may come their way in the equestrian sport. We decided to interview a few independent riders, who run their own businesses, to get together a list of key things everyone should know about running their own business
This weeks blog post is brought to us by the wonderful team at Pain-ed. With back injuries and pain being so common amongst equestrian athletes, we thought it would be beneficial to share 10 facts about the relationship between exercise and back pain.
Other sections of this website already tell Jack’s story and how the Foundation has come to be. I want to expand a little about the concept of the Foundation and why it exists by telling a little of my story.
Millstreet International Horse Show was one of Jack's favourite venues, seeing him from ponies through to horses - We couldn't be happier to see the first Jack Dodd Foundation fence find a home in the International arena.