Seeing fliers and 9 other great bits of horsey social media this week

  • Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week. From a very dirty grey to a street with a name you might recognise, it all happened on social media.

    Don’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.

    Equestrian social media posts of the week

    That’s the spot

    ’Ello, ’Ello, ’Ello

    Barry Geraghty is reunited with his Cheltenham Gold Cup and King George VI Chase winner, Kicking King

    Enable and Stradivarius enjoy a morning workout



    Horses trained by Christian Williams enjoy a paddle off the Welsh coast after their morning work

    You know you’ve made it when a street is named after you…

    Strap yourselves in

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

    National Hunt star Bristol De Mai, who has amassed over £700,000 in prize money, looks to be very much enjoying his holidays!

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    Tweet of the week competition

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