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Chinese Astrology – Year of the Horse
Posted In: Space and Astrology  1/24/12
By: Yona Williams

The Horse is the seventh animal of the 12 Chinese zodiac signs. When compared to Western astrology, it is seen as the equivalent of Gemini. In this article, you will learn more about the personality traits often linked to someone born under the sign of the Horse.

People born under the sign of the Horse tend to be full of energy and highly active. Known for their sex appeal, it's common to see a Horse dressed up and looking good. With a quick wit and cunning appeal, the Horse is often seen as a gifted person. There is something about the Horse that makes it quite rebellious. They aren’t very happy when they feel pressured to make sacrifices for the good of the group or made to feel guilty if they don’t.

Other traits associated with the Horse include:

•    Horses are social and can often be seen attending public events, such as concerts, parties, sporting events, and other gatherings.

•    Even though they are full of energy and ambition, Horses still have a difficult time belonging.

•    Horses can be impatient.

•    Horses tend to have an ego and selfishness about them that makes it hard for them to become interested in the problems of others.

•    Horses are hard workers and when they get their hands on money, they are pretty good at making the most of it. However, they tend to lose interest in certain tasks, which could hurt their ability to truly succeed in certain fields.

Traditional associations of the Horse zodiac sign include the southern direction, the month of June, the summertime, the fixed element of fire, the color magenta, and the gemstone topaz.

Are You a Horse?

You are born under the Year of the Horse if your birthday falls within these dates in relation to your birth year:

1906:  25 Jan 1906 - 12 Feb 1907 (Fire)
1918: 11 Feb 1918 - 31 Jan 1919 (Earth)
1930: 30 Jan 1930 - 16 Feb 1931 (Metal)
1942: 15 Feb 1942 - 04 Feb 1943 (Water)
1954: 03 Feb 1954 - 23 Jan 1955 (Wood)
1966: 21 Jan 1966 - 04 Feb 1967 (Fire)
1978: 07 Feb 1978 - 27 Jan 1979 (Earth)
1990: 27 Jan 1990 - 14 Feb 1991 (Metal)
2002: 12 Feb 2002 - 31 Jan 2003 (Water)
2014: 31 Jan 2014 - 18 Feb 2015 (Wood)

Compatibility with the Horse

The best love match for a Horse is with a Dog, who makes them very happy.  Horses also get along well with Tigers because they tend to have a lot in common. Horses and Goats make a good couple because they will keep one another busy and entertained. A Horse and a Snake will find that they have a strong attraction towards one another. Horses with other Horses can be compatible when they put their egos aside. A Horse and a Pig can create a nice union together when they put effort into the relationship. The Dragon and Horse can create a steamy relationship, but it will eventually fizzle. Horses and Rabbits are better off staying friends. Sometimes, the Horse and Rooster become attracted to one another, but chances are that the relationship will not last. The Ox may seem like a good match in the beginning of a relationship, but the couple may part ways soon. It is not advised for a Monkey and a Horse to start a relationship, but the worse match for a Horse is the Rat.


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