So I'll be getting Henny in two months. I may keep him a stud if he's spectacular stud material and no boarding facility around here allows studs(shocker.) Anyways, we currently lease ten acres for our pasture puffs, so he will be joining them for now. I want to fence off his own area, about 1 acre for now until he gets bigger, and I need to find out what the best fencing for a stud would be. He'll be in the same pasture as a mare and possibly proud-cut gelding with only that fence separating them. Keep in mind the stud colt will only be four months old when I get him, so I don't really need hurricane proof fencing at the moment. IF, and only IF Henny is good enough to remain to a stud, will he be staying there. If halter judges/trainers/etc. decide he's not good enough to be a stud, then snip snip and out to a boarding place we go. Nothing is set in stone, I am not vehemently against gelding him, so I'd appreciate no criticism.
So in short, what kind of fencing would be best for a growing stud colt on such short term notice?