Horses seem to have the mission in life to lead by example. You don’t know what “impossible” means and you simply “do”, in your down-to-earth way; an inspiration to all… excellent at ideas and good at talking, you see a problem and are able to see the solution. You are very fast to get things done, and professional, because you aren’t zany or eccentric in your attitude. You are also inventive and adaptable, able to take on anything that presents itself – but only if those things fit in with your ethics and scruples, for you are dedicated to being law abiding and on the right side of civil ethics and regulations.
You are sincere, sociable and innovative, joyful, faithful and reliable. The Horse is indeed a gallant beast. One thing the Horse is great at is getting people going; making them see they can improve, fanning the flames of desire to do better, and that in the future they really will do better. Perhaps you realise what an stimulus you are to everyone else, or perhaps you don’t, but everyone should go and visit a Horse friend if they are feeling bad or stuck in life – the Horse will give them real and practical advice, motivate them, liven them up, inspire them, and generally fill them with eagerness and reassurance.
Business & Career
Your key is communication – you can easily transmit your concepts to others, even if they’re not yours – and this is the best work area for you; you are a presenter and communicator even if you are not dazzling at producing ideas.
So, Horses can do anything that requires chatting, fast thinking, adaptability, and generally being talented! You are best matched to work where you can have liberty to move about, and dislike predictability. As the Horse is a communicator above and beyond everything else – communicating ideas, information, and inspiration – if you put a Horse in charge of PR your company will prosper. However, your company will fall to ruin if you put a Horse in charge of its admin!
Horses will never say “I don’t know”, and so as they love to talk, and will talk a lot – about anything and everything – even if they don’t have a clue what they’re talking about, they can be almost anything: an administrator; sales person; priest; reporter; politician; toastmaster – and so on… Just don’t give the Horse a lot of hard work or calamities to deal with and it should all be easy going; you don’t like difficulties in life, but expect a Hollywood one instead.
Romance & Relationship
Like any Horse, you like touching, however, you don’t necessarily have an active interest in an intense sex life. On the contrary, being very sensual and romantic is your style and the saying “love at first sight” was invented just for you! You enjoy seduction and courtship, romantic candlelight dining and drinks back at theirs or more likely, yours. So, being close, and generally staying in physical touch with your partner is very important – so holding hands and kissing is more your thing than loads of bed time action. However, Horses are always very sexy beasts and you are very attractive to others and have great sex appeal.
But, if you want a Horse, just remember, when it comes to sex, well, surprisingly, they are not nature’s hottest prospects! If you want love, they will give a lot and expect a lot. If you want romance, that’s just their cup of tea; if you want to feel special, it will woo you and make you feel like there’s only ever been one – you – in their lives. But the Horse in bed is a domesticated, farm type – they will be tame and generally finish quickly, so even if it’s good lovemaking, don’t expect any marathon like, steamy sessions… it’s just not their style. They are flirtatious, especially the women, but it’s all in good taste and usually leads nowhere, as faithfulness is in their breeding.
Thus, Horses love to be “in love”, and often fall in love very quickly! When you attain the person you want – unlike some animals – you can fan the flames of desire forever! In fact, Horses love love so much, that they will love anyone that loves them. Loves them, adores them, cares for them… they aren’t too picky over looks and are pretty naive over who they might choose. They should avoid ones that make them feel uncomfortable though, as a Horse likes to be peaceful and relaxed – unless it’s out jumping over fields and pastures.
As for marriage, Horses like it! They are too honest (or frightened) to be unfaithful and once married, like to stay in, forever. So, if you want to marry a Horse, be prepared for loyalty, faithfulness, honesty… in short, they are rather conservative and safe. Just make sure you give the Horse plenty of space and freedom to run and roam afar, and they will always come back to you at the end of the day, week, month or year! If you are faithful, and loving, they will adore, cherish and look after you, and love you… In return, they will feel cared for, loved and they will get an added sense of purpose in life. So it is that they often marry quickly, when they are young – and stay married forever.
Ironically, the Horse is often considered to be fickle, but they are just waiting for the right one. The trouble is, if they have too much expectations from love – and that is easy for them as they expect love to be all poetry and roses – they might not see that the ‘one’ was there all the time, and end up marrying someone who they fall for in an instant, but it turns out to be more to do with their desire to see what they are looking for than the reality of what they end up getting. Still, they will be suckers for love if that’s what they feel they are getting.
They will never forget a birthday, anniversary, and will always make them special occasions.
The Horse is a superb parent; who can be lively, full of fun, and high-spirited, and is usually nice, loving, and giving. Thus, Horses love their families more than anything else and will play a lot together, enjoy having them around and work hard for them; however, Horses can be strict disciplinarians and need to learn to chill out!
Relationships with other signs
Horse – Intensity, can be favourable or unfavourable depending on character.
Snake and Goat – Helps you grow, gives support but can be uncomfortable. Will support each other in an external sense, but will not share any true inner communication.
Monkey and Dragon – Brings opportunities and growth. Compatible elements, eager to exchange and work together.
Rooster and Rabbit – Brings challenge and conflict. Tremendous growth is possible under this stressful aspect.
Dog and Tiger – Comfortable, harmonious, brings creativity and expansion.
Pig and Ox – Difficult to communicate with each other, requires adjustment and adaptation. Since they have little in common, it is difficult to harmonize their energies.
Rat – Confrontation, against each other. Through an opposition, a person has an opportunity to gain greater awareness of himself/ herself and others. Sometimes, these forces cannot be resolved and the only solution is to compromise.