I keep my horse in a rather small boarding facility with minimum service. The horses are pasture boarded 24/7 and the monthly cost (~ 140$) includes the use of an outdoor dressage arena, the use of trails, pasture upkeep, shelter upkeep, watering, salt and mineral licks, free choice hay during spring, autumn and winter and hard feed (whole oats) once a day. Also, the BO checks on all the horses daily to spot any possible injuries or illnesses, and adds any supplements to their hard feed, if the owners provide them. I also pay for once-a-month farrier visit (my horse goes barefoot, so no shoes needed), once-a-year teeth floating, the monthly loan payment, additional hard feed and supplements (including homeopathic worming), which comes to approximately 65$ a month. I would love to have a larger outdoor arena and an indoor arena though...but I don't miss stabling. My purpose was to keep my horse 24/7 pastured, he seems much happier like that and I know that it is much more healthier for him, too.
I have come a long way, to surrender my shadow to the shadow of my horse.