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    05-10-2009, 06:34 PM
Tell us about your barn.

I know there was another thread but idk where it went, so im starting a new one:)

-i pay $75 for the summer and $150 for the winter.
-the horses get fed grain once a day and hay 3 times a day
-indoor arena
-28 stalls
-race track
-over 50 miles of trails
-wash rack
-pond and pool for the horses
-big pastures
-and grass galore!!!!!!!!!!

Post pics if you want:)
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    05-14-2009, 07:53 PM
No one?
    05-14-2009, 08:10 PM
Green Broke
Well, im leasing a horse, so I don't have to pay board....yet. =)

-But my barn has 19 12X12 stalls, and one smaller one, for a little mini.
-the barn itself is HUGE! So much storage room.
-2 huge tack rooms, one for the boarders, and one for my trainers lesson kids' tack.
-5 large paddocks
-about 25 acres in trails.
-round pen
-outdoor arena
-indoor arena
-and a very large run in shed for a few of the horses that are not stalled.

Here are a few pictures of the barn

This is the front of the barn before it was just painted.

5 of the large stalls

Me riding in the outdoor

And me in the indoor

The pinto is my lease horse. =)
    05-15-2009, 01:15 AM
Mmmm I pay about 900 for board. Indoor and outdoor. Realistically they could be charging over a 1,000 for board where I live so its a bargin.
    05-15-2009, 12:54 PM
$900 for board???!!!!! Holly moly!! I don't board my horse.
    05-15-2009, 01:53 PM
My current barn = a couple toothpicks and a playing card hahahaha

Currently looking to buy a new place - 3 of my horses are with my mom in California, and the other 2 are with their prev owner (who I recently bought them from) in Ohio. Once we get to go home, hopefully we'll have a new place bought by then and be able to bring them all together.

Looking for places in Missouri!!!!
    05-15-2009, 07:40 PM
$900 tissicar??? Jeeze that's a lot:)
    05-15-2009, 08:08 PM
I pay $800. We have an indoor, HUGEEEE outdoor jumping, outdoor dressage ring, on site horse show, all day turnout, mucked stalls, feed, hay, on site trainers, GREAT community and friends. I could never move to a never barn :)
    05-16-2009, 02:08 PM
Originally Posted by morganshow11    
$900 tissicar??? Jeeze that's a lot:)
I live in NJ so anything decent under a thousand is a blessing.
    05-17-2009, 05:55 AM
I live in Oklahoma. I pay 300.00 a month for full board, grain 2-3 times a day, all the hay he can clean up, daily turn-out, clipping and bathing. He is really coddled. When his training starts in june (if it EVER stops raining here 21 days of rain, yeah no kidding!) I will pay 500.00 per month. That is about the going rate for training here. I really love my trainer and would not trust my boy with anyone else! She has a great barn with a wash rack and probably 10-12 stalls. The feed he gets is specially made by amish people with lots of flax and seeds with natural oils. Yeah, he is pampered for sure!

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