Enjoy some of our favourite updates from Twitter and Instagram during the past week. From special Olympic moments to a problem involving ducks, 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

This is what realising you’ve won an Olympic team gold showjumping medal looks like

Nip Tuck’s owner couldn’t be happier with him

Charlotte Dujardin’s family raise a toast to her Olympic gold

The Irish eventing team dressage trainer, Ian Woodhead, managed to collect lots of Olympic souvenir cups (but surprisingly not any equestrian ones)

AP McCoy imagines Usain Bolt as a horse

Spencer Wilton tries his hardest to make Super Nova II smile

There was one hell of a welcome home party for Michael Jung

Kerstin Hoffmann

A lot of smiling faces again 󾌰 The official welcome of Michael Jung & his family at Altheim. The link to the gallery: http://eventing-art.com/michael-jung-empfang-altheim-2016/

Harry Meade encounters some very rural commuting issues

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

When the arena party at the Olympics comes in to level the arena

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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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