The only kind of fencing that may work would be something alone the lines of welded wire or horse safety net fencing. I could see her pawing and sticking a foot against electric and one of two things happening, either "ow, that hurts, I shouldn't paw so close to the fence again" or "ow, that hurts I am going to freak out and get tangled in the shockey fence now!" If you can talk the owners into it, try for something with 2x4 squares in it so they holes are not big enough to put a hoof into. I want to say electric may help out as long as she does not put her hoof over and through the fence and then freak when she gets shocked and do even more damage by being completely wrapped into electric fence line.
Maybe if you ran one electric wire furthur away from post than the barb wire and put it like chest high, this way she would not get close enough to stick a leg through barb wire and the electric is up high enough to keep her from putting a leg into it. I know they make like 5" extension insulators for electric wire. You might even have to use step in post and put it furthur away from the barbed than that.
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Last edited by minihorse927; 01-16-2009 at 02:35 AM.