1. Testimonial for Bounce Back Horse Fence
    Hi, I'm Taylor from Bringelly. I’ve owned horses for many years, and after buying this property with lots of space, we were looking for something safe, reliable, and affordable, and that looks good for our place. We went on to the website and we found Bounce Back Fencing. I've dealt with Geof for the last month dealing with what we wanted to purchase and how we wanted it to look, they've been great. The fence is really easy to install after we put the posts in, and we're really happy with it. We highly recommend it.

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  2. fencing4horses.com.au
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    This video series demonstrates how to install a Bounce Back Horse Fence, with all the parts, tools, tips & techniques required to do a great job yourself.
    There are 14 separate videos which you can work through, or this one combines all parts into 1 video. Enjoy!

    Gary: Hi. I'm Gary Lee, sales manager.
    Jeff: And I'm Jeff Smith, business development manager, at Bounce Back Horse Fence.
    Gary: In this presentation we're going to show you a step-by-step guide how to install your Bounce Back Horse Fence system. We're confident, if you follow these steps, regardless of your skill set, you'll have a low-maintenance, hassle-free installation of your product. The video is broken into the following sections: Introduction to the installation video, The Bounce Back Horse Fence parts, the tools required, we're going to talk about the posts, we're going to talk about rolling out the product the day before to make the installation easier, we're going to talk about the interim brackets. We're also going to show you how to drill the holes in the straining posts, and we're going to show you how to prepare the rail to attach to what we call the dead end post. We're going to attach the rail to the dead end post, and we're going to show you how to insert the interim brackets. We're going to prepare the rail for straining, and we're going to then strain the rail.

    This video series produced by Paul Sheaffe, Pauls Productions.
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  3. How to install Bounce Back Horse Fence
    We've strained what we call the dead end, we've pulled it up nice and tight in these areas here. It's looking terrific, all 3 rails, it's a really nice straight job. Come down here, we've got our Bounce Back ® horse fence interim brackets, very low profile, looking really nice. Nothing's going to hurt itself on there. Again, our second low profile Bounce Back ® horse bracket there. Nice and taut, flexible fence rail, the owner's done a terrific job with his bracing. Poles look fantastic. We've got our vice grips here, the wire's nice and taut. The owner's going to put some little staples in there to prevent that wire from coming out, we don't want anyone like animals or children hurting themselves on that. We've done a great horse fence job. It's been a great day. Thanks for watching us, and please visit us at fencing4horses.com.au.
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  4. How to install Bounce Back Horse Fence
    Now we're going to prepare the flexible horse fence rail for the straining end. We're going to get a mate, and we're going to pull the horse fence rail fairly firm, and we're going to mark the approximate inside of the post. We're going to place the flexible horse fence rail back on the ground, and we're going to square that off. Remember, our post is 200mm, and we want 150mm extra. So that's 350mm, approximately. Again, square it off. We're going to grab our bolt cutters. Cut that wire. And we're going to grab our snips. Remember the process we did before, we're going to cut along the flexible horse fence rail with our snips. With our flap removed, we'll grab our wire cutters again, like we did in one of the previous steps, see the galvanized wire exposed again. With our pliers again, we're going to remove the plastic sheathing. We have got our holes drilled, ready for the next step.

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  5. I’m Geof the Business Development manager at Bounce Back ®Horse Fence and I am here to tell you a bit about our company. Bounce Back® is wholly owned by Acacia Products an Australian Owned and operated family company.
    Acacia has been manufacturing high quality horse fencing products in its western Sydney location for over 30 years. In 2014 our distributor for our horse fence products (including Flexafence/Flexifence) retired and we began to sell direct to the public. We renamed the product Bounce Back® Horse Fence and launched fencing4horses.com.au where our customers from all areas of Australia can order on line.

    We believe Acacia’s technical plastic expertise coupled with our 30 years plus experience with the horse industry make us the leader in the horse fencing field. We are positioned as the leading Australian manufacture of fencing for horses of this type, and we sell direct to the customer providing great value to our customers. Adding the distribution facet to our manufacturing process allows us to provide horse owners with and an uncomplicated single point of call, where we can ensure a quality experience throughout. We also have the ability to make custom horse rail colours and horse fence products for our Australian customers that our import based competitors cant supply.

    Manufactured locally in NSW, using the highest quality polymer which is reinforced with two high tensile 2.5mm wires, Bounce Back ® Horse Fence rail is further enhanced by UV and heat stabilisation that provides a longer lifetime than traditional fencing. Bounce Back® horse fence is designed for easy installation, either by a local contractor or for owners who are comfortable with D.I.Y.

    Acacia has always been committed to the Australian equine community and now Bounce Back Horse Fence is a proud supporter of many horse associations and groups including but not limited to;
    1) NSW Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Trust
    2) NSW Reining Horses
    3) Sydney Eventing and the
    4) Australian Appaloosa Association.

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Bounce Back Horse Fence

Geof Smith PRO

Bounce Back ® horse fence is the only fencing option if you are serious about
protecting the well-being and value of your livestock.
Think of Bounce Back ® as a safety belt for your horses.
The Bounce Back ® system has been engineered to provide the…


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Bounce Back ® horse fence is the only fencing option if you are serious about
protecting the well-being and value of your livestock.
Think of Bounce Back ® as a safety belt for your horses.
The Bounce Back ® system has been engineered to provide the optimum balance between equine safety and containment. Rails are highly visible and have no sharp edges. Low profile brackets complement its smooth appearance and enhance protective qualities. Unlike traditional fencing systems, this fence will flex and return against low to medium level collision. In the case of severe impacts, Bounce Back ® is designed to reduce danger to livestock by stretching and cushioning impact.
Bounce Back ® horse fencing ensures a higher level of safety due to its’ flexible, plastic build. Horses are fast and strong animals, so a less forgiving horse fence can potentially increase your vet bills and injure your animals unnecessarily. Our horse fencing does not splinter either, and doesn’t have sharp edges or corners. For DIY installations and contractors Bounce Back ® provides a durable, aesthetically pleasing, easy to install, high quality solution to your horse fencing needs.
Bounce Back ® is proudly 100% Australian owned, and has been manufactured in our Western Sydney location for over 34 years.

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