November 1, 2017 â€” In wild herds, horses have highly organized social groups. There is one main stallion who decides where to go. He finds a path that works in … the herd. But in the city, that doesn’t make any sense, does it? Instead of one leader, you are faced with a huge number of horses who cannot agree on a direction. Instead of following the leader (or someone else), the horses must choose their own direction. In the wild, when you can’t follow the leader, you simply have to run further or stand still, waiting for someone to come and suggest a route for you.