Monday, September 27, 2010

Animals of the Chinese Zodiac - The HORSE

1906, 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002.

11am to 1pm  (11:00 to 12:59)

Lucky for:
* creativity, especially coming up with original ideas
* making fresh starts
* being adventurous
* making new friends, career connections and meeting your soul mate

practical, physically and mentally strong, loyal, steadfast, independence, sociable, team-player, athletic, vitality, energy, intolerance, determination, stealth, winner, lucky, self-reliance, will, vivacious, hard working, independent, sociable, willpower, popular, fun-loving, friendly, enthusiastic, hard-working, enduring.

selfish, vain, restless and reckless.

Tigers and Dogs


People born under the sign of the Horse are sociable, athletic and well-travelled. They have endless vitality and energy and they are able to achieve just about anything they put their minds to.  The Horse is a sign of luck and auspicious fortunes, as he likes to always be the ‘winner’.

The Horse is a loyal and steadfast friend who is willing to step in whenever he is needed, and for whatever reason.  Horses are independent, but also make for excellent team-players, although there is a tendency to want to be team-leader.

The Horse chares forward, focused on the goal ahead, but he fails to go into the finer details of the plan and has a tendency to trip up because of the unforseen hurdles in his path.

When things don’t go according to plan, the Horse will be just as hard on others as he will be on himself.

Horses are as strong physically as they are mentally, and are practical and handy.  Horses though, can develop strong prejudices and can become intolerant and selfish.

The Horse is generally of a strong constitution, and does not fall prone to colds and flus easily.

Horses, once they settle, usually form life-partnerships with the extrovert Tiger or ot-going Dragon.  Horses are not compatible with the methodical Ram nor the restless Monkey.


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