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Preventing Draft Horse Escape

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        10-01-2009, 07:53 PM
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    And it wasn't only once. They made a mistake of putting a new arena gate on too low and he sniffed that out as soon as he went into the arena for turn out. All the sudden the BO starts hearing this very slow creaking sound. She ran to the gate but alas, it was too late for the gate. It went down fighting, but, just couldn't pull through.
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        10-02-2009, 02:06 AM
    ROFLMFAO!!!!! Solon, that is just too darn funny. I guess I've been lucky with John so far, he seems to respect our fence pretty well, didn't used to get out very often and hasn't been out once since he was gelded. Though Bessie has been known to just walk through the board fence just to get at a particularly tasty looking flower.
        10-02-2009, 05:07 AM
    There are also solar fence chargers as well :)

    drafts, fencing

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