Your horse sounds ornery, lol.
Two days after we brought Annalie home we put her in her stall for awhile because I was planning to ride. She completely demolishes the door to get out. So my husband puts metal brackets on the corners of the stall door. She goes back in the stall the next day. I go outside to get ready to let the horses out and she's out of her stall in the pasture. She pushed the stall door up like a doggie door! So we put a chain at the bottom of it. She goes back in her stall and the next day she pushed out the side of the door. So we had to put a bungee cord on the side. So we got that problem fixed.
We started to put her out in the pasture more than in her stall. So she puches the door that is on the sliding door until it breaks. My husband puts a board across it. Then she pushes the door open with her head and breaks it by pusing it in with her shoulder. We put two latches on it. So she goes in the other side of the sliding door and breaks it so it won't roll closed. So we had to piece the door back together and fix the rollers. She has broken that door 6 times!
Then she figures out how to open knob doors. So we had to put new locks on the tack room door and the garage door (that connects to the barn) because she figured out how to open them! We have a section of the pasture "roped" off for a paddock area to let the grass grow in the pasture. We originally had one line up (not electric) because that is what kept her in at her old home. It was about waist high. She squeezed under it and got into the pasture, breaking the rope. So we put up another line. She steps over the lower one and goes under the higher one! If she wasn't a dream to ride she'd be gone because she is getting on my husband's last nerve, lol.
100% Anti-Slaughter and PROUD of it!