Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Horse and Rooster Zodiac Signs.
Horse Years of Birth: 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
Rooster Years of Birth: 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029
The Chinese zodiac has much to reveal about the compatibility of potential mates. If you research your Chinese zodiac sign, you will learn much about yourself - including perhaps a few unpleasant things!-that will help you understand how to connect with and keep a lover. As a Horse, there are many things you should keep in mind.
Horses, like their animal counterparts, love to gallop, and get a little farther than they intended sometimes. That is, Horses pursue things with great passion, and work hard for the things they want, but sometimes find themselves carried away. You may also find that new things catch your interest before you have quite finished with your original goal, and that you tend to throw yourself into a task without worry about details. Your natural zeal can inspire others, and in fact you are quite social. Horses can usually be found holding court in the middle of the crowd, and don't like to miss a party. As a Horse, you can be flighty in relationships; you throw yourself in heart and soul, with complete devotion, buy may lose interest when another woman catches your eye. Of course, if the new flame doesn't work out, you often realize your mistake and try desperately to make up with your former lover! You are talented at wooing, but not always at sustaining long relationships.
Roosters have a few traits in common with Horses, and a few traits that are opposite. Roosters also like to be the center of attention, but Roosters preen a little more than Horses do.
A Rooster prefers to be admired for her appearance rather than her social skills, and is often found in the latest, most flattering clothing. For all their love of clothing and accessories, Roosters track their money down to the last penny. They are truly wizards with their finances, which is something they have in common with Horses. Roosters are detail oriented people, and their schedules are often packed and timed down to the minute. Roosters are full of ambition, just like Horses, but Roosters accomplish their dreams by taking care of every little detail, whereas Horses just throw themselves into things as hard as they can and hope for the best.
Both you and your Rooster will be very blunt with each other at times. Luckily, you will each understand that the other merely values honesty, and is not trying to be hurtful. It is likely that you admire your Rooster's care of her appearance, and her intelligence. She is likely to admire how hard you work, although your inability to keep a schedule will irritate and sometimes infuriate her. It is best if the two of you compromise; you will have to try harder to keep schedules, and she will have to learn to loosen up sometimes. Both of you have big goals, and she will be able to help you with details while you will supply the heart and brute energy. Roosters have trouble admitting that they are wrong, so you should be sensitive to this if you want to avoid fights! Your Rooster is likely to admire the way you have with money, as Roosters respect others who can keep budgets the way they can. Overall, you two will balance each other well with a little compromise.