Well I think it kinda depends on how well your stable is. Like I rode around 4 times a month for 200 dollars at my old stables & now I pay 80$. My old stables was one of the nicest stables I've rode at, they had the best equipment,best barn, 2 outdoor arenas & 2 indoor arenas. But my new stables does have a nice barn, great horses, leasing a horse there is liek 200 per month, indoor & outdoor arena so ya..
I actually lied, I pay 75 for a lease, but at one point I was leasing two horses so it was 125 since she knocked off 25 for two horses.
So I entered In 100-200 when I actually pay 75 for a lease.
With the lease I got to ride the horse whenever I wanted, 24hours a day 7days a week except for on Saturdays between 1-2 when the horse was used for team penning, which wasn't an issue. I had no responsibilities of the horse except for keeping her/him exercised. Food, farrier and vet bills were all covered by the stable. It also has an indoor, and outdoor arena, ten or so stalls,a tackroom and trails. It was a great deal. I board at that stable now so I don't lease but leasing was great.
I pay 75 for a lease, which boils down to 3 or 4 rides a week (depending on if the owner is riding that horse or not...usually she only rides him when her current xcountry horse is injured, so pretty rare). Lessons are 30 a week for an hour (semi-private).