He can get out of 99% of any stall door on a hinge or track. It took him 20 minutes but the barn manager witnessed him open a truck tail gate where a load of grain was.
I have 4 locks and two chains on his stall door, he once cleared my stall door, then we switched his stall to the higher door. If there is nothing to eat in the pasture he will be in the field next door and no break in the 4 live wires.
My pasture generates 9,200 Vs of electricity.
I woke up this morning to my horse in the isle and the barn torn upside down! Ate everything in sight. My grain garbage can was IN his stall, upright and empty, door was chained & still LOCKED!! HES FAT and been on a diet and well I guess extremely upset I see, he hasn't done this in months.
I have run out of ideas to keep him locked in... I need idea's Im so far beyond confused and just stressed.