Electric Fencing Solutions for Ponies

The electric fencing products for permanent or portable fencing below have been designed specifically for ponies. Find the solution that best suits your needs.
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Gallagher Horse Kit B60

The Gallagher Horse Kit B60 is a starters kit for horses and ponies. The Gallagher kit has everything you need to set up a small paddock for you horse or divide existing ones.


Hotline Electric Fencing Kits 100m Starter Horse Fence

Hotline Electric Fencing Kit 100m Starter Horse Fence for Paddocks.

£157.73 £177.00

Hotline HK450 Deluxe Fence Kit for Horses

The Deluxe version of the 450/200m Electric Horse Fence Kit is a complete solution that includes everything needed to construct a 200m x 2 line electric fence, ideal for fencing or dividing existing paddocks and fields.

£491.70 £648.48

Hotline HK450 Deluxe with Vandal Proof Box

Hotline Deluxe Electric Fence Kit for Horses - 200/450m.

£724.88 £911.16

Electric Fencing Solutions for Ponies

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 info@inavata.co.uk for help and advice about electric fencing for horses and ponies.


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