If you or someone you know where born under the sign of the Horse Chinese Zodiac, you may recognize some of the following traits. For example, individuals of the Horse Chinese Zodiac often are intelligent, sharp, fashionable, and excellent talkers – they can charm just about anyone. What they cannot do, however, is avoid the trap falls associated with love. Individuals born of the Horse Chinese Zodiac live footloose and fancy free, literally, as they seem to live for the feelings of freedom that come from falling in and out of love. Often they leave home early, as they feel a certain level of drive toward establishing their own boundaries and lifestyles. They have to be involved – whether it is is in an intellectual discussion or a game of flag football, you will not find those born under the Horse Chinese Zodiac sitting quietly on the sidelines. They have to be involved.
Individuals born under the Horse Chinese Zodiac are graceful, eager, impetuous, and often act without fully thinking things through. Because of these traits, they must also be quick thinking and able to react in a flexible manner. They are fiery – both in living styles and their temper, and they don’t realize when they are weak, or worse yet, wrong. Instead, they will plow through the tasks at hand with little thought toward anything other than their own ability to succeed. They are no generally selfish about material matters but will not necessarily realize where others stand – and they will not wait. Individuals born under the Horse Zodiac Signs require jobs that let them create and work in a stimulating and fresh environment. Regulations and regulatory agencies are not fulfilling to a Horse Chinese Zodiac as they are too restrictive.
Horses are the most compatible in love and business with those individuals born in under the signs of the Tiger Chinese Zodiac or the Sheep and Dog Chinese Zodiacs. The Horse Chinese Zodiac is the sign for individuals who were born in 1906, 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990 and 2002.