Tomorrow (8 June 2017), the British public will be taking to the polling stations for the General Election — and we're hoping to see a few horses in tow as well...

Posting pictures of dogs waiting patiently outside polling stations when it comes to election time (#dogsatpollingstations) has become something of a British tradition — a fast track way to making British politics more bearable with your pooch in tow.

But at last it seems that horses are putting their hoof in as well.

If you’re struggling to get excited about Brexit negotiations and details of pension reforms on the final day of campaigning today, we suggest shifting your focus to #horsesatpollingstations

Take a look at these pictures of horses showing us how it’s done at recent elections:

Selby District Council in North Yorkshire welcomed their equine visitors

…and there were some tough decisions to be made in this corner of the Cotswolds

Discussing voting tactics #horsesofinstagram #councilelections2017 #horsesatpollingstations #thecotswolds

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Election day: the perfect opportunity to exercise your horses #multitasking

A reliable mode of transport to get to the polling station on time…

And some equines are old hands at this voting lark. They’ve been doing it since 2015…

Room for a small one?

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