In the morning, I mucked out (both shavings and straw stables) and completed the morning tasks as usual.
Throughout the day, I put head collars on the horses and used the lead rope to walk them in/out of the stables. When they were going outside I put their turn out rugs on but when they were staying inside, I swapped this to their stable rugs.
I then helped to school a pony in the inside arena, this was important to reduce his energy for a competition. The horse walker is another way to exercise the horses, as it spins in circles forcing the horse to keep a steady pace. I put horses on the walker, setting the best speed and ensuring the combination of horses on the walker at once would cause no problems.
The horse I saw on my first week with a wound had it washed with hibi scrub and covered in medicated gel to aid the healing process.