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    04-03-2008, 07:45 PM
cheeky horse!!

I have this quarab gelding and he is soooooo cheeky!!! When the electric fence is turned off he will just push his way through wit no problem. Even if you turn it on he will sneek up to it and put his nose under it and then flick it up onto his bak and gallop through, he only gets hit once if that, we even wet him and he waited till he dried and then got out!!
Does anyone have any suggestions for keeping him in a one wire electric fence??
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    04-04-2008, 02:05 AM
If you had it at a approiate hieght (under his chest) he couldnt flick it over his back. Maybe try two wires for the time being... 8)
    04-04-2008, 02:57 AM
If you had it at a approiate hieght (under his chest) he couldnt flick it over his back. Maybe try two wires for the time being...
I agree with Delregans Way
    04-04-2008, 03:48 AM
Heh you think your guy is cheeky my boy Banjo will actually push his buddy Foxy through the fence first, and because Foxy is a clobber foot and will completely rip the fence down, so Banjo just has to wonder in after making Foxy do all the work, My mum actually saw him doing it, my cousin aswell when he did it to her horse, lmao

Any way....yea your going to need 2 wires, it will also help to make them both electric.
    04-04-2008, 06:11 AM
Hehe, smart horse! Lol

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