Electric Fencing Solutions for Horses

The electric fencing products for permanent or portable fencing below have been designed specifically for horses. Find the solution that best suits your needs.
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Insulator Type
Post Type
Fence Material
Maximum Fence Length (km)
Animal
Battery type
Gallagher B20 9V/12V Battery Fence Energiser/Charger

The Gallagher B20 Battery Electric Fence Energiser is suitable for short fences up to 2 km. Comes with 7 years warranty. Reliable animal control as an alert shows when battery is low. Very easy to use.

£69.00 £129.00

Available
Hotline HP5/1.5m Stirrup Horse Fence Posts

Hotline HP5/1.5m Plastic Stirrup Horse Electric Fence Posts:

£24.72 £27.30

Available
Hotline 9mm Equiline Professional Electric Fence Wire (400m)

Equiline is a very high quality professional grade electric fencing wire that is designed to be used with horses.

£458.89 £509.88

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5x Gallagher Horse Post 1.55 m - Terra

The Gallagher durable plastic fence post of 1.55 meters cularly suitable for semi-permanent horse fences, but also for fences for other animals.

£23.99

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Gallagher M950 Mains Powered Electric Fence Energiser/Charger (230V)

The Gallagher M950 from the special edition range is a powerful mains energiser that is suitable for long multiwire fencing with a length of up to 42 km.

£369.00

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Gallagher B35 9V/12V Battery Powered Fence Energiser/Charger

The Gallagher B35 battery energiser is suitable for short fences up to 4 km. Comes with 7 years warranty. Good value for money and easy to use. Splash-proof housing.

£89.00 £189.00

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Gallagher Power Master Battery Powered Fence Energiser/Charger (9V/12V)

Gallagher Power Master Battery Powered Energiser. Very easy to use. Reliable animal control as an alert shows when battery is low.

£89.00

Available
Hotline TC41 Turbocharge 10mm x 200m Electro-Tape

This electro-tape is 10mm wide, highly visible, UV protected and excellent for fencing horses. It also offers better conductivity that the standard (Supercharge) electrified fencing tape.

£23.75 £26.34

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Gallagher BA20 9V/12V Battery Fence Energiser/Charger

The BA20 is the smallest Gallagher battery energizer and is suitable for short fencing of up to 2 km. The energizer is lightweight and is easy to carry, making the BA20 also perfectly suitable for portable fencing. The energizer has a built-in lightning c

£89.00

Available
Hotline P25G/500 3:1 Ratio Geared Reel

P25G/500 3:1 Geared Reel

£58.00 £61.02

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2x5 Gallagher Duopack Horse Post 1.55 m - White

The Gallagher durable plastic fence post of 1.55 meters (2x 5 pcs.) is particularly suitable for semi-permanent horse fences, but also for fences for other animals.

£31.29

Available
2x5 Gallagher Duopack Horse Post 1.55 m - Terra

The Gallagher durable plastic fence post of 1.55 meters (2x 5 pcs.) is particularly suitable for semi-permanent horse fences, but also for fences for other animals.

£31.29

Available
Electric Fencing Solutions for Horses

Using electric fencing for horses and ponies is perhaps one of the most established reasons to employ our products. Equestrian electric fencing can be temporary or permanent. This is normally done using electric fence tape, rather than wire or rope. The main reason for this is that the deterrent effect of the fence line is 'visual' to a large degree and horses' dichromatic vision is generally much less sharp than our own. This means that our equine friends probably won't see a thin fence line and the first they will know about it is an electric shock, which may cause them to panic and push forward through the line. Unless specifically requested, we also suggest using white tape, rather than green; horses and ponies cannot really distinguish between red and green, so the use of white ensures that the fence is as visible as possible.

Equestrian electric fences typically have two lines, so that contact is made as early as possible: the highest is typically at muzzle or chest height and the lower line is designed to make contact with the leading knee. Obviously, you should try to match the height of the fence lines to your horses or ponies and, when in doubt, it is always better to have more lines rather than less.

Contact us at [email protected] for help and advice about electric fencing for horses and ponies.

 

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