I ride Western, and am learning to drive; I couldn't stand English, it just doesn't make a lick of sense to me. :p
Not much ground work anymore besides the everyday desensitizing to new things, working with her feet, etc. Sometimes, if she's feeling mareish, I'll jump off and do some lunging, and I usually lunge her once after every hard day just to check that she's not limping or anything.
Otherwise, I trailer her down to the fairground arenas for some barrel racing practice, and mix some Western Pleasure practice into warm-up, bareback practice into cool-down, and halter practice into everything outside the arena. On days when I just don't have time to trailer her down there, we sometimes go on a leisurely trail ride, or work on her separation issues. Oh, and more recently, I started teaching her a few tricks.
Like, Magic, he doesn't get a lot of ground work anymore beyond the daily stuff, but once in awhile I just don't feel like tacking him up at all, and I'll just lunge him for a little while. He's mostly trail ridden, occasionally I'll take him to the arenas and we ride out there. I'm starting to bareback him, too. I also have him bend from the ground (both ways) before getting on, and then have him bend towards me when I'm getting on or off. Sometimes, if we stand in one place for awhile, he'll just bend his neck back on his own and rest his chin on my boot. He's even fallen asleep like that! XD
Since her saddle hasn't come in yet, and none of the other saddles we have fit her, she's strictly ground work. I'm not confident enough to ride her yet, because she likes to take off and sometimes gets a bit uppity. Mostly lunging, but sometimes I practice halter with her, because I'm still trying to decide what, if anything, I want to show her in.
A lot of ground work -- lunging him over small jumps, through little obstacles, etc. on top of his ground driving lessons. When I can figure out how to get the buggy and him up to the arenas, I'm going to hitch him up to that and ride in the cart for the first time, with someone at his head, and see how he does, then maybe work on his turning from there. He's also going through some trick training, and is learning a lot faster than Magic. His favorite is to offer up his hoof when someone says "Nice to meet you!" XD
Ground work galore! His primary objective is to learn how to stand tied without dancing around and such, and to lead at my side, rather than weaving around to look at everything. I intend to teach him to drive, like Bandit, and maybe drive them as a team sometime, but right now, he's too 'foal-ish', if that makes any sense. XD
I don't do any training work with her anymore, unless she by chance develops a bad habit, but she's mostly ridden by the inexperienced riders who come out to my house. Right now, one of my friends is showing her a bit, and I told her that if she wanted Ruby to learn something else for the shows, she'd have to teach her herself (with me helping, obviously). She's got her loping again, and is working on getting her to bend and move off her hindquarters/forequarters.