2 snoozy foals and 6 other great bits of social media this week

  • Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week. From some interesting training methods to a child with some serious dressage talent, it all happened on social media.

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    Equestrian social media posts of the week

    Just chillin’

    It looks like 12-year-old Ruby Hughes has inherited her parents’ dressage talent

    Maybe don’t try this one at home…

    Punchy words from Sean Levey (see Tweet below this)

    We know this isn’t a horse, but Gilbert, who belongs to National Hunt trainer Kim Bailey, is super-cute, even while wearing a cone

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    Not a good look. Poor Gilbert!

    A post shared by Racehorse Trainer (@kimbaileyracing) on

    Harry Meade’s children are all ready for Pony Club camp!

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

    We’re sort of jealous of this horse on a day like today

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    Tweet of the week competition

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