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A horse in a three-piece suit is upping the style stakes ahead of Cheltenham

The tweed ensemble took four weeks to make.

ONE HORSE IS gearing up for a stylish week in Cheltenham after getting fitted with a special tweed suit.

Yes, you read that right. A horse in a suit.

The three-piece ensemble was made from 18 metres of Harris Tweed and designed by former Alexander McQueen apprentice Emma Sandham-King.

Take a break and watch veteran racing horse Morestead model the outfit with a little help from Sir Anthony McCoy.

Source: William Hill/YouTube

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