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How much do you pay for boarding?

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        02-23-2009, 11:34 PM
    Originally Posted by Twilight Arabians    
    Im about to board two of my horses at a really nice stable starting on the 28th. Its 200 a month for each horse.

    This includes:

    Indoor Arena
    Out Door Arena
    Round Pen- in and out door
    Feeding 3 times a day
    Blankets on/off
    Turnout (50+ acres)
    Wash Rack
    Heated Stalls
    There's always someone home.

    Barn has password locks for security.
    All gates have pad locks.
    Locks are taken off when ever someones there.
    Its a super nice place!
    Wow that does sound really nice. Hope you and your horses enjoy it there
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        02-24-2009, 08:00 PM
    I pay $275 per month ($200 May - November when they are out on pasture so there is no stall cleaning fee and no bedding fee). Boarding includes hay, stall cleaning, access to outdoor arena, round pen & trails, all day turn out in a group. You need to supply your own grain and your own bedding (I buy my shavings from the barn owner)

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