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        07-02-2007, 02:27 AM
    $575 a month for a 12'by12' stall with a 12'by14' paddock attached fed hay and alfalfa twice a day. 2 arenas both lighted one covered one uncovered hot water wash racks. 14'by36' turnout paddocks and a few miles of trails around the property. That's about average for where I live (california).
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        07-05-2007, 08:41 AM
    I pay $150 for pasture board. There is an outdoor ring, but no indooor. The standard price here for a stall is around $500 a month.
        07-09-2007, 08:46 AM
    I board my horse in LI New York, and I pay $850/month, you guys are so Lucky! The board includes a private turnout and night checks w/ a 14x14 stall. There are three rings, 2 outdoor and an indoor. They get hay 4x a day (or as needed) and grain in the mornin and at night.
        07-09-2007, 04:20 PM
    This is myne...

    60 x 132 indoor arena, 100 x 140 outdoor arena, both with
    Sand over lime sand footing. Our boarder's barn is made entirely out of
    Wood, which we have found to be cooler in the summer and warmer in the
    Winter. It has 10 x 12 stalls, cross-ties available in the aisle way as well as the
    Stalls, and concrete wash bay for bathing. Boarders are welcome to keep their
    Tack boxes in front of their horses' stalls

    Full Care - $275/month Includes
    AM/PM grain and hay, stalls cleaned
    Daily and coordinated vet and farrier

    Total Care - $350/month Includes all
    Of the above, plus grooming three
    Times per week, blanketing and vet
    And farrier handling.
        07-09-2007, 04:22 PM
    Double post Sorry...
        08-17-2007, 07:15 PM
    Re: Boarding price

    That varies a lot from one area to the next and even from one stable to the next in the same area. For example, I get $150 a month and you either take care of the feeding yourself or pay a fair share of the feed bill (I keep the receipts available) and I'll feed them. I also take care of minor grooming if the horse is well behaved. I also call in a farrier that I trust with my own horses every 6 to 8 weeks. When I get an appointment with him, I contact the owners and they have final say as to whether their horses get done.
    There is a guy 2 miles down the road who charges $350 and you do your own feeding and everything else, all you get for your money is a place for the horse to sleep. But, he has a big closed stable and I just have a smallish 3 sided one.

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