For 250 a month:
My horse gets daily stall time; usually around eight hours a day. All the shavings I want!
The BO puts her up in the morning and feeds her. I supply her feed, because she has a super complicated diet. It takes about 10 minutes to make it up, so I'm thankful the BO would even do that for me! If it wasn't for my horse's special needs, grain would be included in board. I usually feed in the afternoon myself, but the BO will do it if I ask. Twice daily feedings aren't standard at this barn. All the coastal hay she could eat is supplied in the winter. If I want hay during the summer of alfalfa, I supply.
I turn my horse out myself and clean her stall in the afternoons usually. If I'm out of town, the BO will do it, but I have to call and ask.
Pastures are nice. Around 20 acres.
We have a paddock I can ride in, but there are horses living in it, so I have to pen them up to ride. We have a round pen that is sometimes used as a paddock as well. There is a jump field, but the grass isn't usually cut. Still usuable though.
There are two wash racks; one indoor and one outdoor. Both are heated and very nice!
There is no blanketing/unblanketing service, which is a PAIN. Georgia weather is super bipolar.
There is about eight miles of trail without crossing any roads.