Enjoy some of our favourite updates from Twitter and Instagram during the past seven days. From unicorn ponies to an Olympian’s clone, it all happened on social media this week.

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Tweets of the week

Well worth a watch — the moment AP McCoy got pulled over by the police on camera

Storm Katie didn’t quite have the last laugh here, but it was close!

Too close….🚚🙈

A post shared by Georgie Strang (@georgie_strang_eventing) on

All of us can relate to this at the moment

We can’t wait to see the Aussie equestrians pull off this look at the Olympics

Hmmmm…

Gatcombe-on-sea

When you’re so tired even a doormat seems like a legitimate place to sleep

Coming soon to a horsebox park near you…

At least Scrumpy has found an excellent place to sunbathe

If only unicornitis was a thing and not just an April Fool

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

Alice Plunkett, wife of William Fox-Pitt brought us two superb tweets this week; the first is William meeting the clone of his late, great eventing partner Tamarillo

…and the second tweet was on the eve of William’s return to the eventing circuit. Good luck!

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Tweet of the week competition

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