a personal horoscope
| THE HORSE
|The Years of the Horse
with Other Signs
|Horse & Rat
The Horse is not going to get on with the possessive and dominating Rat. His free spirit
will constantly battle to be unrestricted by the confining supervision of the Rat.
The austere Ox will give the Horse stability but the Horse will not be able to tolerate
the Oxs staid company for long stretches. They can work together if both understand
what makes the other tick.
There will be sparkle not to mention sparks when a Horse meets a Tiger. Their verbal
banter and exciting imagination can be inspirational to each other. Their fights will be
explosive but the anger will only be temporary. Making up will be passionate.
The Horse will find the Rabbit too philosophical for his liking. The Horse does not want
to stop and look at things too closely because he has no intentions of getting to close to
anyone least he gets trapped.
Heres someone the Horse can respect. The leadership of the passionate Dragon is one
the Horse can concede to follow. If the Horse may work on his own with the Dragon not
breathing over his shoulder, the partnership can be prosperous.
The sophisticated and wise Snake will abhor the loud and impetuous Horse. They cannot
synchronise in tempo nor in manner of approach. It is best if they do not endeavour to
begin any serious commitments.
They can run in a pack. One will be the leader. They can have good times together and make
money together but one has to try to get the other to slow down once in a while or they
can burn each other out.
The shy Sheep will make the Horse work harder to gain his attention and win him over. This
mode of action can either exasperate a Horse or grip his attention. But the pleasant and
calm Sheep will do a lot to soothe the Horses strained nerves and in love and marriage
this is what a Horse needs, a quiet heaven to return to.
Here are two ideal business partners. Instinctively alert and clever, they will sum each
other up quickly and realise each others character, but due to his speedy, no time for
details nature, the Horse has a danger of leaving the Monkey too much opportunities to
take advantage of him. Caution is needed here by the Horse.
The Horse will rebel against the regimented kind of existence the Rooster tries to impose
on him. But in business, the Horse needs a Rooster personality to look after the systems
and the nitty gritty so that he can go ahead with what he is best suited for.
These two signs have a lot in common. They can become good friends once the Dog
establishes the fact that the Horse is not a conniving character and that his abruptness
is because he is always in such a hurry.
The Horse has no great emotions for better or for worse with the Boar. At best, they can
be casual friends meeting occasionally socially.