Fencing

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Best practice

Well maintained, safe horse fencing can be wire, electric, plank or pipe. Intact, sturdy posts.  The best fences are those that keep horses off of them.
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Needs intervention

Barbed or loose wire can seriously injure horses.  Wire fences should be well maintained, tight with functioning electric charge.

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Immediate jeopardy

Missing planks or downed wires will not confine a horse. Gates must close and latch.  Loose horses on roads can be devastating.