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post #111 of 181 Old 04-24-2012, 02:18 AM
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I live in north eastern ohio, where I board my mare its 250 full care. The barn owner supplies good quality hay/grain/feeding in the am/pm cleans the stalls 1x a day has a 70x170 indoor arena temp controlled tack room, temp controlled viewing room by the arena trails across the road large grassy pastures. Then there is also 125/month for self care where you pay for a stall.......and you do everything else.....I pay 150 right now bc I don't have any hay and I use the owners, but once I am able to start making hay my cost will go down to 125 again.
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post #112 of 181 Old 04-24-2012, 05:10 PM
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$150,tack room,corral,trails,feed,all included!(:
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post #113 of 181 Old 04-24-2012, 06:30 PM
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$300 a month

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post #114 of 181 Old 04-24-2012, 08:48 PM
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I pay $150 a month which includes hay,farrier's fee,private large run/pasture per horse with run in shed,use of the round pen,my own locker in the tack room along with a place for my saddle and they also have a large stall for whatever reason one may be needed.. Two other big pluses are the BO trains horses so if needed I don't have to haul my horse to a trainer however far away and there are horse trails within a half mile of the ranch :) If I want my horse to have grain I pay for it but the BO and/or his wife do the feeding. Also I live in Central Wisconsin :)

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post #115 of 181 Old 04-25-2012, 08:25 PM
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Im in Florida and I pay 100$ for full board but with grain its a bout 200$ AND THAT IS FULL BOARD, so im getting a pretty good deal! :)
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post #116 of 181 Old 04-25-2012, 09:07 PM
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I pay $500 ($250each) a month for both my horses private pasture board including feed and hay and I live in south east Texas.
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post #117 of 181 Old 05-01-2012, 08:19 PM
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I pay $CAD 400 per month and that includes everything you'd expect for a horse on full livery (turnout, blanketing, worming, hay, feed, mucking out and anything that the horse needs for his or her daily care.
My yard has an indoor and outdoor school and the yard owner is also a first class rider and instructor and I find her lesson fee really reasonable.
It's interesting to compare barn prices in different parts of the world
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post #118 of 181 Old 05-02-2012, 02:11 AM
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$670 a month for indoor board, for one horse. Turnout everyday, hay four times a day, blanketing, grain twice a day, heated tack room, locker room, lounge. Indoor arena, outdoor arena, dressage arena, round pens, several wash stalls, derby field, looping track, groomed trails. Stalls cleaned daily, arenas drug daily. Paddocks cleaned weekly. Unlimited access to the barn 24/7.

I live in Southern Colorado.

That doesn't even include farrier, vet bills, or lessons. Jeeez. I'm a sucker.

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post #119 of 181 Old 05-02-2012, 03:42 AM
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post #120 of 181 Old 05-02-2012, 11:43 AM
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$670 a month for indoor board, for one horse. Turnout everyday, hay four times a day, blanketing, grain twice a day, heated tack room, locker room, lounge. Indoor arena, outdoor arena, dressage arena, round pens, several wash stalls, derby field, looping track, groomed trails. Stalls cleaned daily, arenas drug daily. Paddocks cleaned weekly. Unlimited access to the barn 24/7.

I live in Southern Colorado.

That doesn't even include farrier, vet bills, or lessons. Jeeez. I'm a sucker.
Maybe a bit on the high end, but for what you get, it sounds pretty good to me.
Wish I could provide all that to my boarders.
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