Do Posts Go on the Inside or Outside?

With fence rails on the inside, it will always make for a stronger containment system. The reason it's stronger is because the rail is now in between the animal and the fence post so if there is any impact, it is dispersed throughout the fence. For horses who like to lean/push on the fencing or in high-traffic areas, rails on the inside of the posts, this will also give you the peace-of-mind knowing the hardware will not break off.

Aesthetically, fence rails on the outside of posts may look better, but placing them on the inside is recommended. Placing the rail 

When it comes to installing your fence around corners, we recommend the corner post is inside of the string line. Please reference the chart below: