I'm going to try to post a pic for the first time, so don't laugh if if doesn't work! Here's the problem: The new gate is on the right. I'd dearly love to be able to use a latch like the one on the gate on the left, but there's just not enough clearance. There's maybe a inch or so. The hinge bolts can't go in any farther to make the gate go closer to the hinge post. I want a latch that can be done and undone with one hand, when the other is full, but still be resistant to smart horse lips bent on escape. I also can't cut into the post much because it has its hands full holding hinges to one gate and the latching to the one you see, and DH says it's been insulted enough. The perfect latch will not only be quick and convienient, but able to take cattle running in to its gate upon occasion. Any suggestions?