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post #21 of 162 Old 10-26-2007, 04:32 PM
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£260. Not including shoeing or supplements. I know it's expensive but it's only a few minutes cycle and my horse is really happy there!
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post #22 of 162 Old 10-31-2007, 03:08 AM
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Where are you in minnesota

I live in milaca, minnesota . Just curious what area are you from? If you would rather not disclose on the post you can always e-mail me at We go riding out here alot and always looking to meet new people that are into horses.
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post #23 of 162 Old 11-02-2007, 08:18 PM
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I pay $250 a month for outdoor board. Which includes use of all the facilities. The price is pretty reasonable seeing as the place is BRAND new. Their old barn got bought by WE energies...and WE bought them almost 200 acres and paid for EVERYTHING to make a new barn. There are 100 stalls, an indoor wash stall, indoor arena, outdoor arena, a HUUUGE tack room, bathroom and viewing lounge with cabinets, microwave and full fridge, trails, multiple pastures and turnouts, shelters and run ins. Here are some pictures...they all have either my horse in it or my sisters :)

outdoor arena
indoor arena
one of the turnouts
outside of the barn

That's all the pictures I have so far. We just moved in a week ago :)
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post #24 of 162 Old 11-05-2007, 12:06 AM
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eeek!! things are more expensive horse wise in new england i guess! i pay 875$ a month for two heated wash stalls an olypic sized arena and and out door riding arena

what would the world be .. without horses?
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post #25 of 162 Old 11-05-2007, 02:02 AM
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I'm in Oregon and I pay $175 for partial care, I provide grain and any supplments and do all stall mucking. They provide good quality hay and shavings and they will turn out for me, blanket/unblanket etc. Plus we have a large covered arena, medium outdoor arena and lots of pasture turnout!
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post #26 of 162 Old 02-02-2008, 10:37 PM
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I pay $350 my barn, EWI, but I'm not in the big main barn, in the pony barn, but its a $100 cheaper in that barn...&& all you have to do is walk across the driveway to the main barnn. It includes everything, daily grain 2x, 3x hay a day; daily turnout [depends on weather] all feed, supplements, all the facilities [huge indoor; indoor washracks; heated lounge/tack, pond to take horses swimming in :) & more]

This is my barn, Kingsland/EWI
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post #27 of 162 Old 02-02-2008, 11:07 PM
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This is my barn, Kingsland/EWI
That place looks legit.
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post #28 of 162 Old 02-02-2008, 11:17 PM
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I am boarding in Canby, OR and this is the best I could find for the price ($335). My concerns were the people that were around, cleanliness, and feeding. I provide vitamins, shots, vet, shoeing, training.

+ 12 x 12 matted box stalls (some with runs) ~
+ Clean Sawdust ~
+ Stalls are picked or cleaned 2 x daily ~
+ * Lighting in stalls for show coats ~
+ Large water buckets (30 gal), cleaned as needed to insure clean water at all times ~
+ 60' x 160' indoor riding arena ~ 200' x 250' outside riding area (seasonal) ~
+ 60' round pen with cedar hog fuel for year around use ~
+ Outside pastures, one large, and 5 small ~
+ All new pasture fencing (stock fence & white vinyl) ~
+ Warm water wash rack ~
+ Hot walker (outside) ~
+ Horses will be turned out daily indoor arena and outside for partial day, limited turn out areas , so horses have to share fields if they can't be turned out with other horses ~
+ Individual feeding program (extra charge if horses come in thin until proper weight is established) ~
+ We feed quality eastern Oregon and eastern Washington alfalfa and or orchard or timothy grass hay. We have our hay brought in 4 to 5 times a year to insure fresh hay at all times ~
+ Clean whole oats provided if needed ~
+ * We offer a complete line of Dynamite supplements & Products ~
+ We will feed owner preference supplements if supplied by the owner ~
+ * Scheduled Farriar services performed by Mike Litherland (or choose your own) ~
+ * Excellent veterinarian services provided by Dr. Steven D. Sundlholm, & Jeff Hall from Equus Veterinary Clinic (or choose your own) ~
+ Electronic entrance security gate to stable ~
+ Trail obstacles, jump standards, Horse Soccer Ball.
+ *Trail riding if available room in our trailers when we go, no trail access from our property ~
+ Much more ~
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post #29 of 162 Old 02-03-2008, 02:56 PM
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post #30 of 162 Old 02-03-2008, 10:38 PM
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are you kidding?!?! Where do you people live?! Out her in Oklahoma board is $475-525 depending on which barn our horse is in (difference between a new 12x16 stall or older 12x12). We have 3 arenas, roundpens, paddocks, blankets, full care. And we're one of the cheaper barns around!
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