heh..okay, here goes. :)
We have 60 horses on our property, with about 40 out to pasture, and 20 (estimated) in pens that get hay and grain. We are still doing blankets, although not every single horse gets one, but at least about 25!
8 am: Feeding begins, I prepare 8 or 9 grain meals for the horses in pens, and about 15 feed bags for those out in pasture, while the woman who owns the farm distributes hay and removes blankets, checks waters, etc.
9 am: We take the feed truck and head "down the hill" to feed the pasture horses. We take the 15 feed bags and distribute them to those who are lucky ( and who are patiently waiting). While they're eating, we both remove blankets and take off the feed bags as they finish. Once everyone has eaten, we drive out and throw hay to the geldings, and to the mares whom we have separated. Right now were are feeding 5 bales to the geldings in the morning, and 6 at night. The mares get 1 in the am, and 1 in the pm. (There are about 13 mares)
10 am: Drive back up the hill and re-arrange the horses so to speak. Some come in from turn out, others go out.
We finish usually at 10:30 am.
Theeen, my riding day starts. I ride about 4-5 horses a day between 10:30 and 5:00 pm. At 5, we start the P.M. feeding. We also do lunch to the horses "up top" around 12:30/1:00.
5:00 pm: Horses come in as those who need to go out can.
Blanketing starts all over again.
A few get their evening grain, but all get hay. We re-fill hay wheel-barrows and check water/gates etc.
6:00 pm: Back down the hill to re-apply blankets and feed a couple who need it, and throw hay.
We usually finish pm chores around 6:30 or 7:00 pm.
Then you wake up and do it all over again. I pray for warmer weather so the blanketing can be done with.
Anyway, that about sums it up. Certain things make certain days differ, but that is our usual schedule. We have a pretty great system so that feeding 60 horses doesnt take up our entire day!