Enjoy some of our favourite tweets from the past seven days. From the dilemma of a dog and a portaloo to a high speed bending race fall, it all happened on Twitter this week.

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Tweets of the week

Ahh, Nip Tuck and Valegro congratulate each other prior to collecting their team European silver medal

Happy 26th birthday to the last remaining Black Beauty from the 1994 film

We’re all guilty of this…

Spotted: National Hunt jockey, Barry Geraghty, who temporarily swapped his skull car for a bowler hat

Fair play to this young jockey. 2f must have felt like an awfully long way

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Sadly when AP said that he would be racing at Ascot, he didn’t mean on four legs, rather sat between a set of wings

That awkward moment when… (Anky won three Olympic gold medals, won the World Cup final nine times and was world champion in dressage prior to taking up reining)

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

The bending race claims a couple of victims at a fundraising show at Todburn Equestrian in aid of cancer patients, including their local friend, Ben Hobday

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Tweet of the week competition

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