How much does it cost to feed a horse for a year?

Answer

The amount of feed required will depend on the type and size of the horse, its exercise routine and whether it is stabled or at grass. A hardy horse or pony living out all year and only receiving light exercise may need little additional feed if any. However a horse receiving regular exercise may require some hard feed. Adding together the minimal hay and grain expenses it gives a total of $622.50 yearly for food, not including any food supplements you may wish to provide your horse.
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