Certainly: horse or dog or cattle or chicken of fish breeding for particular characteristics is intelligent guidance. I don’t think anyone is claiming that intelligent selection never occurs. The question is about whether it occurs at every step of the Tree of Life from unicellular organisms forward, well before human beings got involved in selective breeding.
There is a huge range of selection mechanisms. Some relate to either being a better predator or avoiding predators better, some to surviving other environmental conditions and so on.
Even among mate selection, there are beauty strategies by some birds and some fish, song strategies by some birds, sheer volume for the White Bellbird, ornate nest building and decoration for bower birds, building the biggest pile of compost for Australian bush turkeys and so on.
This is by no means an exhaustive list.
We can think about it, but I’m not sure a female tropical fish with a brain the size of a flea who lets the most beautiful male fertilise her eggs is really participating in intelligent selection…
And the point remains: this kind of selection is qualitatively unlike human selective breeding is qualitatively unlike divine intervention.