Ginny Elliot MBE was born and raised in Malta and is now one of the world’s most well-known and accomplished horse riders.

She competed as Ginny Leng, achieving the title of World Champion twice, European Champion three times on three consecutive occasions and she is the winner of four Olympic medals.

Today Ginny remains an avid supporter and contributor to the sport of eventing. Having been the Team trainer for the British Three Day Event Team, she is now the High Performance Manager of the Irish Eventing Team.

She has made a number of television and radio appearances including A Question of Sport and Desert Island Discs and has presented several television and radio programmes including Country File and Heart of the Country.

Ginny is involved with a number of charities, including Riding for the Disabled, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, Horse Trials Support Group and Spinal Research.
She was awarded the Freedom of the City of London in 1993.

Ginny has written a number of books about her career and her horses, as well as three pony books.