Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week. From one very happy groom to having to force back some tears, it all happened on social media this week.
Don’t miss the exciting competition on this weekly page. Our favourite tweet each week will win either an Apatchy mini tablet case or an Apatchy cosmetic bag, personalised with your own initials. For more information about the competition and to find out who this week’s winner is, go to the bottom of this page.
Tweets of the week
Cheltenham shows its appreciation of Sprinter Sacre following the announcement of his retirement from racing
Maybe Anteros could hear his lass willing him on?
Lucky Will Kennedy gets his own vibrant work bridle
We think it looks pretty snazzy
Lucky Spencer Sturmey (eventer and commentator) captures the moment some dolphins came to keep horses exercising on the beach company in Australia
Spencer Sturmey was live.
Don’t spill your port!
The Marlborough Downs has its first dusting of snow this winter
Brave Barters Hill sends a message to his well-wishers after being forced to pull up on his chasing debut at Cheltenham
Nice one, Frankie
How to spice up a gridwork session #FridayFunday 😂🙈
Tilt your head for the video
Fiddle the 5yr olds interpretation of how to jump a bounce this morning 😂😂😂😂 Sara Brooks
And congratulations to this week’s Tweet of the Week winner
Everyone is right behind Freddy Tylicki, the jockey who was recently paralysed in a fall
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Tweet of the week competition
The winner of the Horse & Hound tweet of the week competition can also be found by searching Twitter for #HHTweetOfTheWeek. The winner will receive an Apatchy mini tablet case (pictured left) or an Apatchy cosmetic bag (pictured below right), personalised with their initials.
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