I just found out that for the 6-day clinic I’m going to in a week, that the regular setup, a stall with a big overhang area and a paddock beyond that, has a lot of grass in the paddocks. My mare cannot be out on grass for more than about 30 minutes a day. It is possible to run an electric fence across the area to separate the stall and overhang (a roughly 40 by 25 foot area, with a 10 by 10 stall in one corner) from the rest of the paddock (which is ~200 feet long.) The mare grew up with electric fencing and respects it as long as it is hot. The farm has the electro braid, but I would need to supply fence posts. (I don’t think I’d need to supply a charger, but I do have a solar-powered one I could bring just in case.)
The alternative is a stall in the barn, but she’s old and needs to be able to stretch her legs, plus she might be alone in the barn.
Any quick tips? I need to buy locally, or order from Amazon quickly (I’d rather buy locally. I’m in eastern Massachusetts.)