Enjoy some of our favourite tweets from the past seven days. From a pony in a pub to Carl Hester piaffing with peacocks, it all happened on social media this week.

Apatchy logo highest res may 1Don’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

A huge congratulations to British event rider Alice Dunsdon and her fabulous horse Fernhill Present who after finishing at Adelaide CCI4* last week have now completed five out of a possible six four-stars around the globe. Next stop, Badminton. Read her Adelaide blogs here

No thanks to storm Barney

We hear you

The Aussie/Kiwi contingent couldn’t quite manage to take home the real thing from the Swedish Horse Show’s indoor cross-country class, but they got a miniature version instead

This Welsh pub welcomes all sorts into its bar

Carl Hester’s menagerie of birds invade his manège

We think Michael Jung makes a fantastic Luigi


And congratulations to this week’s Tweet of the Week winner

Bryan Cooper thinks quick to rescue fellow jockey Robbie Power from disaster. Robbie thanked Bryan the next day by beating him into third spot at Navan — that’s what friends are for right?

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Tweet of the week competition

Personalised Mini Tablet CaseThe 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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