Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Ox and Horse Zodiac Signs.
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
Horse Years of Birth: 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026
Your Chinese horoscope sign has much to tell you about your personality and the way you react to the things and people around you. Compatibility with a potential mate is just one of the things that the Chinese zodiac can reveal.
Oxen are dependable people. They have the will to finish everything they start and they do it at a steady pace, without any frantic cramming near the deadline. Oxen do not require a spotlight or even a lot of attention. They dedicate themselves to friends and family, and for the most part are contented to work away in the background. If you are an Ox it is likely that you are fond of plans, strategies, and schedules, and do not like deviating from them. You make a most desirable coworker, and for those born under many signs, you are an ideal mate because you give far more than you take.
As an Ox, your weakness is in your inflexibility. Sometimes you take thoroughness and conscientiousness too far. Family and friends may urge you to take a little time off for fun, or demand a little loving attention, and you are often unable to comply. You are not a romantic, and it takes you a long time to fall in love.
Once you are in love, however, there are few signs more dedicated to their partners than you. You are not the "flowers and chocolates" type, but you are a good listener and offer steadfast support and well thought out advice.
Horses are the opposite of Oxen. They cannot sit still, and must be amused by gossip and parties. Horses are prone to gallop, and want others to come along as they are very social creatures. Horses are terrible at keeping schedules, and tend to show up when it suits them (or perhaps when they remember that there was something they had committed to today-or was it yesterday?)
Horses tend to ignore or forget domestic duties, and need a spotlight fixed upon them. Horses are quite flighty, and have a difficult time committing to just one person, especially in their youth. Horses are swept away by their emotions, which can be impressive and passionate.
It is unlikely that the careful Ox would fall in love with a Horse in the first place, but if you find yourself in this situation the future does not seem good. Can you imagine a horse and an ox in the same traces, trying to pull a cart together? The steady ox would be annoyed by the horse's constant attempts to break into wild gallops, and that is an accurate metaphor for the relationship between a Horse and an Ox. The Horse is likely to find the Ox boring and a killjoy, while the Ox will be frustrated with how the Horse keeps messing up his schedule. Although Horses are quite attractive with their wild emotions, it is difficult to maintain the practical side of a relationship with one.
Oxen and horses are advised to stay away from each other when it comes to love.