Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Horse and Ox Zodiac Signs.
Horse Years of Birth: 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
If your Chinese zodiac sign is that of the Horse, there is much you can learn about yourself to help you in everyday life, business, and love. Your Chinese horoscope tells you about your strengths and weaknesses, and lets you know how compatible you would be with a partner. You can even look at your weaknesses and see where you have to compromise in order to have a good relationship.
Horses are energetic, versatile, and passionate. You throw yourself into your latest goal with everything you have, like a mustang galloping off into the sunset. Your energy is contagious, and many people find themselves drawn to your zest for life. The problem is that you often have trouble committing to your goal, and getting distracted before finishing it. Because you are not strong at paying attention to details, you may run into trouble with your plans. Enthusiasm is wonderful, but not always enough to see things through. You enjoy being the center of attention, and need a dedicated partner who is swept away by your charm and willing to share at least a few adventures with you. Although you require dedication from your partner, you are prone to a wandering eye, especially in your youth. Your passions simply carry you where they will, and you wear your heart on your sleeve.
Oxen are steady stalwart people who deliberate thoroughly and completely before making a move. They cannot be made to hurry, and their famous tempers may flare up if you try! Oxen are dependable, hard-working, logical and extremely trustworthy. An Ox will never allow herself to remain in your debt, and would rather die than tell a lie. Oxen will not budge from their routines, and do not jump into things without thinking - ever. Although Oxen make great mates, they are often misunderstood even by those who love them. An Oxen's head rules her heart and she is likely to be confused by romantic gestures she considers useless-so don't get her flowers unless she keeps a garden and they fit into her color scheme!
If an Ox has caught your eye, it may be best to move on. The two of you are simply like oil and water. You many think that her steady dependableness is just what you need, you may be right, but you are simply too different. Her lack of willingness to ever do a single spontaneous thing will drive you crazy, and she will see you as a foolish person who doesn't care about consequences. Oxen take a long time to make up their minds about potential relationship partners, and by the time you win her over, you will probably have lost interest and moved on to someone else.
Horses and Oxen might make better business partners, since the Horse can make creative decisions and the Ox can be responsible for details like meeting deadlines. In love, these two are just not that compatible. You will find the Ox boring and unwilling to have fun, and she will think you are unreliable and perhaps even a little ridiculous; the way you wear your heart on your sleeve.