Riding relationships have been the mainstay of equestrian social science for the past few decades. But not all communication between horse and rider involves riding. In this chapter, we consider transporting and driving horses, as well as riding, to make deeper insights into how horses and riders work together as social agents to achieve ends instigated by – and meaningful to – humans. We also ask what riding might entail from an equine perspective. By considering the skills required for horses and humans to coordinate their thoughts and movements, we also highlight moments of instability and disconnection, which are no less the result of equine agency.