I'm not in school, but my daughter is so here goes.....
6am - wake up and let 3 dogs out, feed 2 cats, let 3 dogs back in and feed them.
7am - wake up grumpy 9 year old and start nagging her to eat breakfast
7:45a drive grumpy 9 yr old to school and head to the barn
8am - Fill 2 feed buckets with grain and a bit of water in the long barn, coax my two horses into their stalls, go to the other barn and fill 3 feed buckets with grain, a bit of water and a splash of oil, put two more horses in their stalls and one horse in the ring. Fill the remaining 2 feed buckets and feed the last two horses in the pasture. If the round bales are gone then I get a bale of hay and divide it generously into 7 piles out in the pasture somewhere (the driest place I can find). De-ice the water troughs and refill, let my two horses out of their stalls, let the other two horses out of their stalls (barns aren't close together), let one horse out of the ring. Clean any mess my two horses left in their stalls.
If I have time I brush out my horses (the mud is awful), clean up their hooves, restock any feed or hay that needs to be moved
10am - go home and take a nap