Enjoy some of our favourite tweets from the past seven days. From Pony Club camp thrills and spills to breathtaking views, it all happened on Twitter this week.

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Tweets of the week

Just, wow. Chantilly based racehorse trainer Amy Weaver makes the most of riding out while the sun rises over Deauville

Twice winner of the King George V Cup at the Royal International Horse Show, Cortes C ridden by Beezie Madden gives his prize a close inspection

We’re not sure that this eventer of Georgie Strang will be gracing the cover of Vogue any time soon

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Recently retired Flat jockey, Richard Hughes pictured where it all began riding in a pony race

If you’ve got dogs and horses, this will be a familiar sight. Apparently nothing tastes as good as hoof trimmings…

Of course, it’s Pony Club camp season at the moment. These lucky yougsters of the Cotswold Vale Farmers Pony Club are able to take full advantage of Cheltenham Racecourse, their camp HQ

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

Meanwhile, this water jump claimed one Pony Club camper in spectacular style. (Horse and rider were both fine, if a little damp!)

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Tweet of the week competition

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