Enjoy some of our favourite tweets from the past seven days. From the impressive trophy cabinet of a knight to some choice words from one racehorse trainer, it all happened on social media this week.

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Tweets of the week

Now that’s a trophy cabinet

The former National Hunt megastar Denman pays a visit to his trainer’s yard, this time for some hunting

John Whitaker as you’ve never seen him before

Sneaky!

Father Christmas himself was spotted hanging out in Ascot’s changing rooms. We wonder if he would make the weight

This has to be one of the most impressive group of horses to have ever gone out on a hack together

Sorry, what was that Nicky? The British National Hunt trainer tells prolific Irish trainer Willie Mullins exactly where to go while racing recently

With the recent rain we couldn’t agree more, Olivia

Very accurate right now! 🇬🇧☔️💦

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This two-year-old hunt follower couldn’t look more enthusiastic!

Jockey Richard Johnson’s impressive figures after notching his recent 3,000th winner

Yehaa!

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

The definition of sitting back and hoping for the best

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Tweet of the week competition

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