Carl Hester and a bra, a hound on a roof plus other tweets that took us by surprise this week

  • Enjoy some of our favourite tweets from the past seven days. From an over-keen dressage mother to the possible secret behind a top eventer’s success, it all happened on Twitter this week.

    Apatchy logo highest res may 1Don’t miss the exciting competition on this weekly page. Our favourite tweet each week will win either an Apatchy mini tablet case or an Apatchy cosmetic bag, personalised with your own initials. For more information about the competition and to find out who this week’s winner is, go to the bottom of this page.

    Tweets of the week

    Olympic champion, European champion and apparently a real wizz on a Segway too

    Poor AP — as soon as he retires after 20 years at the top, a new £15,000 annual award for the champion National Hunt jockey is announced

    Scott Brash introduces Tibetan monks to showjumping — not a sight you see every day

    Top event rider Izzy Taylor en famille out hunting with the Bicester Hunt with Whaddon Chase

    You might be better than us at rugby (at the moment), but we bet your breakfasts aren’t as good

    Carl Hester has some particularly adoring fans

    What a cutie

    Hmm…we’re not sure you’re supposed to be up there

    And congratulations to this week’s Tweet of the Week winner

    Fellow Irish eventer Elizabeth Power reveals the extent of Sam Watson’s workforce — his children

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    Tweet of the week competition

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