Trims range between $35 - $60 per horse in my area.
I pay The Backyard Brothers $50 per horse because:
1. I cannot stay bent over to trim anymore. It's getting to be dangerous pain where the legs meet the hips
2. They do exactly as I ask because they are already full aware of what the two previous well credentialed trimmer and farrier did to one of my horses.
They are young enough to be my grandsons and thankfully had a proper Southern "raisin'.
If they don't do precisely what I ask, they know the hair on the back of their necks will be the first thing in serious jeopardy. Then because shooting people really isn't my M.O., I'll take aim at their truck and trailer tires
Oopsie, forgot to add, they get trimmed every four weeks because the horse in my avatar grows enough hoof in that time to donate to a needy TB. Another one is foundered so needs constant attention, a third one has a mild club hoof so he needs constant attention. The fourth is an Arab with "Arab tough" hooves that I wish all the Walkers had. His hooves are just along for "the filing ride" at 4 weeks - lol
If there is an issue in-between trims, I am still able to do some fixing, myself.