Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Horse and Rat Zodiac Signs.
Horse Years of Birth: 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
Rat Years of Birth: 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
The Chinese horoscope is an invaluable resource for discovering aspects of your personality that you might not have understood otherwise. If you know your Chinese zodiac sign and your partner's or love interest's you can learn a lot about your compatibility.
As a Horse, your enthusiasm for life knows no bounds. You don't waste time asking questions; you just throw yourself right in, heart and soul, to whatever you want to pursue. The drawback to this is your tendency to miss the details, which can sometimes cause problems later. Also, your attention is sometimes diverted before a project is completed, and you can have a wandering eye in love, as well.
You can be inspiring, supportive, and optimistic, and when you're truly committed to something or someone, you devote all of your energy. You like to have a good time, and have a need to socialize. Your mind runs as fast as your body. You love fun, adventure, and travel, and prefer a mate that is the same way.
If you've fallen for a Rat, it's important to understand how she sees the world. Rats love parties as much as you do and for awhile you will be very happy and entertained together. Rats are devoted to their families, and keep secrets well-but only if those secrets are their own! You may find yourself upset with how many things your Rat keeps to herself, because you prefer honesty (even brutal honesty) and wearing your heart on your sleeve.
Even though Rats do like to socialize and have fun, they do not strike out without a plan.
Your tendency to throw yourself in too deep without looking first or bothering with details will eventually get on a Rat's nerves. She is a pessimist and will always know every detail so that she can avoid being backed into a corner. If your reckless schemes put her routines and plans in danger she will resent it.
Rats are phenomenal to have around during a crisis. You simply can't rattle them, and their logical brains work at high capacity even when everyone is panicking. If you do bite off more than you can chew (as you have a tendency to) you will enjoy having a Rat around, but she may get impatient if she is always rescuing you. In addition, you are likely to brush off her warnings before you take risks, which could make her feel ignored and undervalued.
Your inability to focus on practical details makes your household chaotic. In contrast, a Rat wants her home to be happy, safe, and secure. If you have children together, she will not appreciate your sudden absences while you pursue your latest scheme. It will frustrate her that you do not settle down and focus on what she sees as being important.
This is not the best match, and requires a lot of compromise to make it work. You will need to think of your Rat partner before yourself sometimes, and be willing to focus on priorities, even if you must force yourself sometimes. In return, the Rat does need to lighten up and understand your urge to gallop off into the sunset once in awhile. This union is likely to be passionate, and will require a lot of self-control from both parties.