I will always organize things the night before. Pack whatever I need into the trailer.
The things I need to pack, but do need in the morning, I will leave somewhere obvious that I know I need to grab. For example, I usually need grooming supplies in the morning, so I'll leave everything in a pile in the tack room. So I know to make sure everything in that pile gets on the trailer.
I will always plan to be loading up my horses at least 15 minutes earlier than I need to. So if I am running behind and leave a little late, I am still going to arrive in time. And if I do leave a little early, well that's never a bad thing.
Always fill the truck up the night before a a few days before. I don't want to have to take that time on show day.
The week before is usually when I trim the horses, if they need it, so any trim lines have time to blend.
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