Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week. From some amazing Royal Ascot moments to a football-playing stallion, it all happened on social media.
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Equestrian social media posts of the week
Charlie Hills’ sons cheer home Battaash
Fair play to Jonelle Price and team for not being deterred by a ‘drop’ of rain
The son of in-form Flat jockey, Jim Crowley, looks to be a chip off the old block
Dress smart, think smart
From @TheIrishField – ‘Mr @McArdleBrendan & Mr @PowellLeo looking swell at The Irish Field’s team meeting this morning.’ #RoyalAscot #Horses The Irish Field Leo Powell Brendan McArdle #Racing 🐴
Chris Burton’s groundkeepers look pretty useful
When the horse you look after wins big
Too Darn Hot enjoying a spot of football
And congratulations to this week’s Social Media Post of the Week winner
Everyone loves seeing a winner owned by The Queen, and Tactical galloping to victory at Royal Ascot on Wednesday was no different
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Tweet of the week competition
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