The combination of the Lion and the Horse, in astrological terms, is a fine mix of personality traits. The ancient Chinese astrologers held the Horse in high esteem, considering this animal to be exceptionally hard working, loyal and trustworthy. When the Western sun sign of Leo’s assured character qualities are integrated into the ideology of the Horse's, they create a person who has an air of confidence. The proud, fearless typical Leo personality is imprinted on the Horse-like steadiness. The resulting Leo Horse personalities tend to be emotionally strong people who seem to take life as it comes and cope quite well with it.
These individuals are loving and giving, as well as dependable, and have a fun side to their natures, too. The Leo Horse has a great sense of humor, so when he or she is not engaged in responsible tasks they love to joke around. These people like to laugh and enjoy the comedy of all kinds. The Leo Horse individual is also rather ambitious, and has a talent for spotting and seizing opportunities. These Leos are not usually too impulsive, so they are inclined to make decisions based on logic rather than emotion. This is an effective skill for the world of business and these personalities are ideally suited to it.
A Leo Horse has an adventurous streak to their personalities that encourage them to travel. They have a good sense of direction that often leads them to want to explore different places. The Leo Horse character can easily become bored staying in one place, and often likes to see a little of the world before they decide to settle with a mate. They usually enjoy keeping fit and participating in sporty activities. Emotionally, these individuals are sometimes rather distant and cold in their manner and can find it laborious to express themselves. In relationships these particular personalities can be hard work, as their confidence can make them stubborn and a bit too self-assured.
The Leo Horse is able to pick up new skills easily and has an inventive imagination. These abilities prove useful in all occupations, so these Leos, who like variety and challenge, are often seen in many different places of work. As they are not a fan of crowds, they are as a rule happier working alone. In social environments, the Leo Horse is quite apt at motivating people to relax and have fun with his or her humorous communication methods. In domestic settings these people will be practical, responsible and caring partners and parents.
The inability to convey their emotions is a small weakness in the robust personality of the Leo Horse. This can vary in degree depending on their childhood experiences and the amount of genuine affection shown to them by their parents. If the Leo Horse finds a compatible mate who understands them, they are more likely to learn how to show their emotion more freely. If they can achieve this, then these Leos can make their personality deficit of aloofness less of a problem.