Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week. From all sorts of weather to an old favourite proving age is just a number, it all happened on social media.
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Equestrian social media posts of the week
Two pretty special horses working in the glorious sunshine at Paul Nicholls’ this morning
The only thing this grazing is good for at the moment is ducks
The phantom sweeper
Sound on for this one
Well this just adds insult to injury for poor Saffie Osborne, who is rehabilitating her way back from a horrible fall on the Flat #FacePalm
There are no fair weather riders here
Homeschooling Davy Russell-style
Hats off to all stable and riding staff who carry on, no matter what
And congratulations to this week’s Social Media Post of the Week winner…
How wonderful it is to see retired National Hunt hero Cue Card, who amassed almost £1.5m in prize money and is now 15 years old, still enjoying life
Tweet of the week competition
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