hitch (one's) horses together

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hitch (one's) horses together

obsolete To work or associate together amiably or for mutual benefit. The pronoun between "hitch" and "horses" is not always used. Considering the wealth and experience I could bring to your flourishing little enterprise, it strikes me that we would do well to hitch horses together. It soon became clear that the two coworkers do not hitch their horses together well at all.
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hitch horses together

get on well together; act in harmony. US
See also: hitch, horse, together