The Horse is the seventh in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac signs. The Years of the Horse include 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026…
The horse was the most frequent transport means in ancient society and it is considered as No. 1 of the most important 6 animals in China. They are strong, powerful and elegant animals. In Chinese culture, horses are always the representative of heroes and talents. People born in the Year of the Horse will share some similarities with the horse and thus they are brave, strong, talented, and independent. The Five Elements of Horse is Fire (Huo), symbolising enthusiasm and energy, which entitles the Horse people energetic and enthusiastic character.
Earthly Branch of Birth Year: Wu
Wu Xing (The Five Elements): Huo (Fire)
Yin Yang: Yang
Compared to other zodiac signs, people with the Chinese zodiac sign Horse are livelier, more energetic, more courageous and more enthusiastic about people and life. However, they are not good at hiding emotions, and their feelings are easily shown on the face. But that doesn’t change their huge popularity with the people, and no wonder most of them enjoy participating in social activities.
Another character of the horse is that he has a keen eye and shows strong logical thinking, which makes it easy for him to discover the essence through the phenomena and to be considerate enough to take care of other people’s emotions.
Strengths: Inspired, happy, talented, empathetic, intelligent and popular in social circles
Weaknesses: Too ambitious, too confident and sometimes too demanding