Chinese Astrology: Jen Wu year, meaning Horse in the Army.
The Sixty-Year Cycle Chinese Calendar: Earthly Branch Horse and Heavenly Stem Water.
People born under the sign of the Horse in the Chinese Zodiac are masters of going with the moment. Horses do not discipline themselves very well, and this is a Chinese horoscope sign that gallops with the wind. The Horse is a rather self centered Chinese sign; a Horse simply can't help that he or she considers his or her own comfort and ease before almost anything else.
Someone born under the sign of the Horse is likely to be intelligent and creative, and Horses have winning personalities. Most Horses have no trouble whatsoever making many friends, although they do not usually have a lot of energy to devote to relationships. Horses are fun and entertaining friends, but they do tend to disappear for periods of time, coming back when they feel like it as though nothing had happened.
People born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Horse are not very good at saving money. They enjoy spending money when they have it, because to them it is worth it to have the experience. People born under this Chinese horoscope sign are talented, and don't usually have a problem making some money when they need it. A Horse will usually take a job when money is needed, but have a hard time sticking to one thing. Horses are much more likely to bounce from job to job than have a single career.
According to the Chinese horoscope, every person is affected not only by one of the twelve animal signs, but is also altered by one of five elements. The Water Horse is very changeable. Like water, he or she constantly shifts. This makes a person born as a Water Horse in the Chinese Zodiac very flexible and adaptable, but also makes him or her very indecisive. These Horses have an even harder time making up their minds than other Horses, which makes them even more cautious about commitment!
You are not likely to be able to nail a Water Horse down-it would be like trying to hold a handful of water!-but it is easy to enjoy a person born under the Chinese sign of the Horse and tempered by water simply for what he or she is. Water Horses enjoy socializing, chatter, and gossip, but they are likely to flit between groups of friends as the mood strikes them.
Horses crave exercise, and Water Horses are no exception. All Horses crave fresh air, but the Water Horse is likely to feel an affinity for water sports especially. A person born as a Water Horse is likely to feel refreshed and renewed by being in their element.
Since Water Horses are not very good at completing domestic tasks or chores, it can be annoying to live with them. They become distracted before finishing a project, and it ends up being left to finish "later," although later rarely comes. These people do much better on their own than in a romantic relationship because their independent streak is strong.