Inspiring and Supporting young people seriously injured through sport

Jacob Pritchard-Webb

Jacob, 24, is a former jump jockey who became disabled after falling from his horse during a race in France.

Jacob has worked really hard to strengthen his core and build his upper body strength in the short time since his accident and is now on the GB table tennis pathway for the next Paralympics and is also maintaining his interest in the equestrian world through training to become a bloodstock agent. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for Jacob.

[Quote from Jacob]

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