Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week. From a remarkable Shetland to a jockey vaulting mid-race, it all happened on social media this week.

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Equestrian social media posts of the week

Wow!

This lady is inspirational

Forgotten your horse? British eventer Alex Bragg takes part in the ride and drive class at Aachen, where he helped his team to victory (running was part of it!)

High fives all round

What just happened?!

Paul Nicholls and Sam Twiston-Davies get to work

Boss and I riding out this morning. #grafting #jumping #firstlot

A post shared by Sam Twiston-Davies (@sammytwiston) on

Hold on! Felicity Collins, who was part of the British young rider European eventing championships bronze medal winning team, gets taken on a lap of honour by her horse

Ben Clark

Ben Clark added 283 new photos to the album: FEI European Eventing Championships for Young Riders & Juniors – with Lizzie Baugh and 2 others at 2017 FEI…

Sizing John, winner of the Cheltenham Gold Cup, looks a picture as he is brought back into work following a summer holiday

The moment you win a junior European eventing championship gold medal

And congratulations to this week’s Social Media Post of the Week winner

One of Bertram Allen’s top horses keeps himself amused in Aachen

When hector gets bored.

A post shared by Bertram Allen (@bertramallen) on

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Tweet of the week competition

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