Know what? I'm a barn hopper. Know what else? EVERY barn I have ever left said they would welcome me back with open arms.
I move a lot because I move locations. I bring Clem to school when it's school season and I live in the dorms, and she usually comes home with me. She's very used to moving, and in the 1.5 years I have owned her she has been to quite a few barns. Just recently, at where I was boarding when I moved to school there was a big issue where the barn was going to go under new management and they were going to jack prices way up (by more than I could afford). My wonderful barn owner invited, out of ALL of the boarders, me and one single other person to come and keep our horses at her place, full pasture board, for 100 dollars per month (and she is NOT a small horse, being a half draft). I'd only been boarding with her for three months at the time. I recently asked her about lessons and how much they would run - and she told me she would be happy to go out when the weather gets warmer and ride with me, do arena work, help me out with whatever I am having problems with free of charge. She said it would be nice to have a riding partner, and while she doesn't think I need full on lessons she can certainly work with me whenever we both have time to do so.
Do you know why? Because I am grateful for what I get and I don't ask for more. I offer my help when it seems needed and I offer to pay extra when I ask her for favors (Like can she hold Clem for the farrier, I can't be there, or can you worm her for me). I am incredibly lucky to be in this situation, and I couldn't be more grateful to her. I do realize that your barn owner needs to do what's in the contract but honestly you seem to be difficult to deal with and burning bridges. Talk to her like a mature adult and see what can be worked out. If you don't like it, leave. Your expectations are incredibly high for the dirt cheap board you are paying - Here it's at the VERY LEAST 200 for BASIC pasture, and if you go near the cities it's around $400. You have a fantastic boarding deal right now and you don't seem to appreciate it at all.
Especially with a stud - I won't ask why he isn't gelded but honestly you're getting more than you should be for what you're paying. Talk to your barn owner. Or leave. But you have to stop expecting so much. "Paying so much for so little" made me more angry than it should - you have it GOOD and you don't even seem to appreciate it.