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Express Corral – more room, easy setup and it stores in a box not a stall

Kent Sundling

The Express Corral can be up in 15 minutes and down in 10. It’s a nice kit that comes in a diamond deck plate aluminum storage box. It is 6-inches wide, 14-inches tall, 4-feet long and it will fit on your running boards, fenders without drop down windows or in your trailer or truck.

You can use the aluminum storage box on the ground to power the electric corral. Express Corral is very portable, you could use it to selective graze, night corral on pasture and fence off trees and hay stacks when you’re not using it with your trailer to camp on trail rides. It can make a large pen, 90-feet of electrical tape with a 10-foot gate. The spring loaded gate helps keep the corral tight. Each end even has an insulated handle. The big gate makes training horses to electric fence easy.

You can hook several Express Corrals together to camp with lots of horses. The 10 posts that come with the kit are insulated with multiple clip heights so you can use it with full size horses to mini’s.

Express Corral is manufactured by Todd Maley, yes he and his family have horses and trail ride. This is his solution to his portable corral problems and yours.

Express Corral will fit anywhere, on the side of your trailer, stand alone etc. I like to use them around the end of my trailer. I live in Colorado with our occasional hail and lightning. So by having the corral around the end of my trailer, I can get horses inside the trailer in a hailstorm or thunderstorm when lightning strikes. Inside a truck and trailer on rubber tires is safer that standing on the ground. Also on the side of a trailer you have tire valve stems, clearance lights, fenders, all the toys horses like to eat and paw if you corral them on the side. Express Corral is large enough for your horses to relax, they deserve to unwind after a long day of trail riding or barrel racing.

The charger uses four D batteries that will last longer than a month or you can use 6-volt or 12-volt batteries like from your trailer battery. On a bumper pull trailer, you can bolt the Express Corral storage box to the trailer tongue.

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The reel is anchored to your trailer, and so is the first post. The aluminum storage box goes on the ground close enough to the corral for the jumper wire to reach the shock tape.

The spool can be folded to the side of the trailer or pull the pin and put it in the storage box. It all starts with pulling the tape from the spool around the corner posts. The hot jumper wire connects the electric tape to the charger in the box.

The nice diamond deck aluminum box, looks like it came with the trailer. You can bolt the box to your trailer or use optional brackets for quick attach. Use it with or without the trailer. It is nice to have the corral tucked away when you travel.

For more information, please visit http://ExpressCorral.com or call (715) 551-0953.

The Express Corral can be up in 15 minutes and down in 10. It’s a nice kit that comes in a diamond deck plate aluminum storage box. It is 6-inches wide, 14-inches tall, 4-feet long and it will fit on your running boards, fenders without drop down windows or in your trailer or truck.

You can use the aluminum storage box on the ground to power the electric corral. Express Corral is very portable, you could use it to selective graze, night corral on pasture and fence off trees and hay stacks when you’re not using it with your trailer to camp on trail rides. It can make a large pen, 90-feet of electrical tape with a 10-foot gate. The spring loaded gate helps keep the corral tight. Each end even has an insulated handle. The big gate makes training horses to electric fence easy.

You can hook several Express Corrals together to camp with lots of horses. The 10 posts that come with the kit are insulated with multiple clip heights so you can use it with full size horses to mini’s.

Express Corral is manufactured by Todd Maley, yes he and his family have horses and trail ride. This is his solution to his portable corral problems and yours.

Express Corral will fit anywhere, on the side of your trailer, stand alone etc. I like to use them around the end of my trailer. I live in Colorado with our occasional hail and lightning. So by having the corral around the end of my trailer, I can get horses inside the trailer in a hailstorm or thunderstorm when lightning strikes. Inside a truck and trailer on rubber tires is safer that standing on the ground. Also on the side of a trailer you have tire valve stems, clearance lights, fenders, all the toys horses like to eat and paw if you corral them on the side. Express Corral is large enough for your horses to relax, they deserve to unwind after a long day of trail riding or barrel racing.

The charger uses four D batteries that will last longer than a month or you can use 6-volt or 12-volt batteries like from your trailer battery. On a bumper pull trailer, you can bolt the Express Corral storage box to the trailer tongue.

The reel is anchored to your trailer, and so is the first post. The aluminum storage box goes on the ground close enough to the corral for the jumper wire to reach the shock tape.

The spool can be folded to the side of the trailer or pull the pin and put it in the storage box. It all starts with pulling the tape from the spool around the corner posts. The hot jumper wire connects the electric tape to the charger in the box.

The nice diamond deck aluminum box, looks like it came with the trailer. You can bolt the box to your trailer or use optional brackets for quick attach. Use it with or without the trailer. It is nice to have the corral tucked away when you travel.

For more information, please visit http://ExpressCorral.com or call (715) 551-0953.