Equestrian & Horse Fencing
A Valuable Investment

Fencing for horses is as unique as the horse owners themselves.  We carry name brands
such as Centaur®, Electro braid™, and Stay Tuff™, and more traditional fencing like
wooden post and board.
Whether you own a large ranch or are a
hobby horse owner, a quality fence is
an important investment for the safety
and well being of your animals.  But a
fence also plays a aesthetic role in
adding value and beauty to your estate.  
A quality fence is not just “a fence”.

Because fencing is such an important
investment, fine equestrian fencing in
not cheap.  To ensure the quality of
fence, we use first class materials and
superior installation techniques that
make certain the fence will serve you
well.   
Equestrian or Horse Fencing can be Electro Braid, Woven Wire, wood post and board, centaur HTP, or any combination of them.
Strength, durability, longevity, warranty, maintenance, and quality of installation are key in
deciding on your type of Equine fence. Below is a list of horse fence in a general order from
lowest cost to highest cost.  To see what factors affect the price of your fence and what to
look for in deciding on your fence, visit our
Frequently Asked Questions page.
General Price Overview
Low to Moderate
ElectroBraid™ & Woven Wire
Moderate
Wood Post & Board
Moderate to High
Centaur HTP®
ElectroBraid™
This gives you a secure, durable electric fence.  The fiber and copper braid stretch on This
gives you a secure, durable electric fence.  The fiber and copper braid stretch on impact
and spring back to their original form while keeping their electrical charge.
impact and spring back to their original form while keeping their electrical charge.


Woven Wire
This type of fence is perfect for not only containing horses, but also keeping other animals
out of the fence.  Woven wire combines well with other types of fences

Wood Post & Board
A wooden fence looks beautiful in the country environment.  It is a more traditional fence
that still fits wonderfully in today’s equestrian setting. Oak posts and split boards are the
most common material for wooden fences.

Centaur HTP®
Centaur HTP® may seem a costly choice, but its extrordinary quality and craftmanship
make it one of the best horse fences.  Centaur products not only look great, but they also
come with a 30 year warranrty, the longest in the industry.

Combinations
wire can be added to the back of a post and board fence to deter other animals from the
wire can be added to the back of a post and board fence to deter other animals from the
pasture.pasture.
A strand of electro braid fence wire.