Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Horse and Rabbit Zodiac Signs.
Horse Years of Birth: 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
Rabbit Years of Birth: 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
The Chinese zodiac sign of the Horse is an energetic and enthusiastic one. Although Horses generally throw themselves into relationships without testing the depth of the waters, it is advisable to consult the Chinese horoscope to find out how compatible you are with your love before pursuing her.
As a Horse, you are full of life and vitality. Enthusiasm isn't a strong enough word to describe how you pursue your goals and dreams. You throw yourself into projects and relationships like a mustang throwing himself against the wind in a full gallop. Although this can inspire others and often works for you, you must be careful in case you dash yourself against the rocks!
Horses sometimes find themselves getting lost, both in work and in love. Although it's never your intention at the beginning, you are prone to getting distracted by something new and enticing, which means that in love, you must be careful not to act on your wandering eye. You wear your heart on your sleeve and don't always understand others who don't do the same. Your brutal honesty can be offensive to some, although you never mean offense. You need a partner who is good with details, because aside from when you're handling money, you aren't very good at remembering the little things.
If a Rabbit has caught your eye, you may admire her cautious nature. Caution is something you just can't quite get the hang of! Of course, she might have won you over with her sweet, charming ways! Rabbits are intelligent, but they prefer to be calm and quiet.
Rabbits hate conflict, and can smooth it over quickly and easily. A Rabbit is well-mannered, and doesn't speak harshly of anyone. Rabbits can be moody, and they need mates who are optimistic and supportive. If you challenge a Rabbit and push her beyond her endurance, she will flee, and likely avoid you forever after that. Rabbits are not fighters, and if her natural diplomacy fails her, she will resort to running away.
Since you are naturally intuitive, you may make a good partner for a Rabbit. Likely you will be able to sense it before you push her too far. Horses are natural optimists and are usually willing to support Rabbits in times of anxiousness or moodiness. If you love a Rabbit and want to keep her, you will step out of the spotlight to lift her mood when she needs it. Rabbits need to feel safe and may not like it when you throw yourself from one project to another, but as long as you have enough energy to reassure her, everything will work out. In turn she will unfailingly be there in your moments of doubt, even though those moments are few and far between.
You may occasionally feel that your Rabbit is being too cautious, just as she may feel that you don't care about her feelings if you decide to gallop into yet another project without consulting her. But if the two of you keep communicating and remember to keep the other's feelings in mind, you have a good chance at a long, supportive relationship.