I wish my girl had 24/7 turnout with shelter, and that is what she had here at home with me, but I really needed more amenities for training and I was lonely, nobody to ride with....kind of boring. So now she lives in a full service facility. She is out during the day if the weather is good, in a 12 x24 pipe corral stall at night. She is blanketed at night if it is cold, and she gets her supplements plus hay fed in a nibble net so it gives her something to munch on much of the night. They are usually fed in the turnouts in the morning.
In the summer, they come in from about 1pm to 7pm during the heat of the day. That is when they get their supplements, and the rest of the time they are turned out and usually have their hay outside. They are turned out with anywhere from 1-3 other horses, so they get some social time.
Oddly, they *love* coming into the barn....they socialize thru the pipe corrals and it seems to be a great source of comfort for them. Of course when turnout time comes, they love that too. I like the fact that she is handled frequently, with people laying eyes on her often. We also have a nice roundpen, outdoor arena, covered arena, and access to hundreds of miles of trails. That is what I mean by ammenities.....could not afford to have anything like that at home for just me and one horse. Besides, they do all the maintence, cleaning, grooming of footing, etc. I just get to go out and enjoy my horse.