Buckley Fence
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A Bit About Me and my Horse(s)
My name is Jim Buckley and I'm the Founder and CEO of Buckley Fence, LLC. I love horses and horse farm property so much, that I designed and patented the Buckley Steel Board Horse Fence to keep horses and riders safe. This horse fencing is so durable that it will last over 50 years!
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Horses: A Family Affair

Did you grow up in a horsey family? Maybe you went to the races with a grandparent, or maybe one of your parents taught you to ride. Even if your family doesn’t share your horse-loving gene, horses and horse sports are still something that your entire family can share and enjoy together. In honor of Grandparents Day, let’s take a look at how families can enjoy horses…


Posted on September 9, 2014 at 3:30pm

Trail Riding Safely During Hunting Season

The fall foliage is beginning to emerge, and trail riding is more beautiful and enjoyable than ever this time of year. But with the fall also comes hunting season, which can bring serious safety issues to your trail rides. While it’s still possible to head out on the trails in the fall, you will want to take some additional measures to keep you and your horse…


Posted on September 2, 2014 at 10:00am

The Benefits of Single Gates Versus Double Gates

Are you struggling with the decision of whether to install single gates or double gates on your equine property? Double gates, which open out from the center into either direction, provide more space than single gates, but they can also be difficult to navigate. Buckley Fence, LLC has come up with a solution to that, though – read on for…


Posted on August 26, 2014 at 12:30pm

Riding Your Horse on a Schedule

As school starts up and we move into fall, it seems like our schedules get tighter and tighter. Tight schedules mean that you might be cutting your rides short. Here are some great ways to make your ride on a tight schedule a success.

Groom Only What's Important

While it’s great to spend some quality time grooming your horse, when you have a tight schedule the…


Posted on August 19, 2014 at 4:30pm

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