Yasmin Ingham (born 13 May 1997) is a British eventer who won individual gold at the World Eventing Championships in 2022, riding Banzai du Loir.
Ingham was born and raised on the Isle of Man where her mother Lesley was a manager of a large equestrian centre.
Ingham joined the Isle of Man branch of the Pony Club and competed in hunter showing classes, qualifying for the Royal International Horse Show and Horse of the Year Show. She decided she wanted to concentrate on eventing in 2010. With her pony Craig Mor Tom, she competed for the first time for the British team at the Pony European Eventing Championships in Fontainebleau in 2012. The combination did so again in 2013 in Arezzo, Italy where they won both individual and team gold medals. In 2013 she was named Isle of Man Sportswoman of the Year.
In 2015 she won the British national junior title riding Mary King's former Mount Imperial Cavalier. In 2018, riding Rehy DJ, Ingham won the National Young Rider Championships at Houghton Hall and then finished fourth at the Young Rider Europeans in Fontainebleau. In 2019 Ingham won her fourth age-group British championships when riding Sandman 7 they triumphed in the under-25 British Championship.
Ingham made her five-star debut in the spring of 2022 in Kentucky and finished second behind Michael Jung and his horse FischerChipmunk. Later the same year, making her senior World Championship debut, Ingham clinched individual gold at the World Eventing Championships at Pratoni del Vivaro, Italy, riding Banzai du Loir. The combination were third after the dressage phase and second after cross country before going clear in the show jumping, to finish ahead of 2020 Olympic winner Julia Krajewski aboard Amande de B'Neville in silver and New Zealand's Tim Price with Falco in bronze.