Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week. From a hero enjoying some downtime to a very speedy pony, it all happened on social media.
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Equestrian social media posts of the week
It seems quite apt that the collective noun for guinea fowl is a ‘confusion’ — which is how we imagine Alice Oppenheimer’s horses felt when this lot turned up in her indoor arena
Check out these two
Buttons update: she’s got a serious turn of foot 💨
We’re pretty jealous of these folks who live with great views over Newbury Racecourse, meaning they can keep an eye on the live action, despite lockdown
Hello Shelby gives us a wave
Tiger Roll was happy to be back home after he was pulled up at Cheltenham
Blyth Tait lives among some stunning scenery in New Zealand now that he has retired back to his homeland
We’re fans of this mega mare Gemma Tattersall is campaigning in pure showjumping
And congratulations to this week’s Social Media Post of the Week winner…
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Tweet of the week competition
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