1 excellent throwback and 7 other brilliant bits of horsey social media this week

  • Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week. From one very naughty dressage horse to a fall in the parade ring, it all happened on social media this week.

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    Equestrian social media posts of the week

    Mulry’s Error looking like a pony competing in the working hunter class at Bramham nine years before last weekend’s event, where he jmped clear around the CCI3*

    He’s back!

    Bramham winner Yoshiaki Oiwa looking determined at one of the bogey fences


    #summer #horse #in #training☀️☀️ @phoebelocke

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    Bettina Hoy and Seignuer Medicott score an impressive 26.3 in the dressage phase of the CIC3* at Luhmuhlen (which is over 80%)

    Ouch. Thankfully Frankie Dettori is on the mend and should be fit to ride at Royal Ascot next week

    Oh hello!

    And congratulations to this week’s Social Media Post of the Week winner

    Oops this movement isn’t meant to be in your dressage test…


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