Mine even extends to feeding. I fix 10 buckets. The first 2, Pregnant Mare, Stallion. Next 8, Gelding, Yearling Colt, 2 Yearling Fillies, all on the same side of the barn. So, I line those 4 buckets up in my feed cart. Then, 4 mares on the other side of the barn. Line those 4 up in the feed cart, then put the first 2 buckets I made on last because I also serve them first.
I serve the Prego mare and Stallion, they have a separate 2 extra large stalls on the back of the feed barn. Then I go into the 8 stall barn and feed, Gelding and 3 yearlings, then I feed the 4 mares. My husband tries to help but he gets me so messed up that I've actually missed one horse and given another 2 buckets because he just grabs a bucket and puts it in whatever feeder he's standing near. After putting the feed out, then I water all 10 horses, starting in the big barn and finishing with the last 2. I never vary and it makes me NUTZ if someone does it out of order. Then I go back and blanket if necessary.
I wish I weren't so set in my ways! It makes it really hard on whoever tries to help me.