Upon approval of the poundmaster, a stallion may be maintained in the city in a substantial corral of wood or other construction of six feet in height and under conditions to prevent escape and protect people or other animals. A minimum substantial corral is defined as one constructed of four-inch by four-inch posts, eight feet on center, anchored 24 inches in heavy grade cement with two-inch by six-inch rails set two feet apart.
(`64 Code, Sec. 5-9.1) (Ord. No. 1616, 2388)