The gregarious zodiac sign: Horses need people around them and never stops talking — a moment alone means utter boredom. Horses love the new and unknown and loathe monotony; their only regular routines are switching partners, careers and locations.
Zodiac Sign of the Horse
- Recent years of the horse are 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002 and 2014.
- Famous names who share the zodiac sign of the horse include Greta Garbo, Lenin, Cindy Crawford, Kevin Costner, Sean Connery, Leonard Bernstein, Frederic Chopin.
- Horses are compatible with tigers and dogs, but not with rats and snakes.
Positive Traits of the Horse Character
- Horses feel most comfortable in company and enjoy group activities. With a clever joke up their sleeve, they invariably take center stage at parties and other social gatherings.
- Horses are impulsive: Out to catch a movie, for example, a horse might suddenly decide to go swimming instead.
Negative Traits of the Horse Character
- Horses are always busy with several things at once, but never finish anything.
- Horses are easily bored in relationships.
- Horses can never keep quiet. With their constant urge to talk, they’ll butt into a conversation even though they haven’t a clue of what it’s about. But, because they are gifted speakers, this usually goes unnoticed.
- Horses are notoriously forgetful, never remembering names and always losing things, in particularly their keys.
Horses and Health
- Horses sleep irregularly and nourish themselves from junk food which leads to nervous and digestive problems.
- An erratic life-style can make horses seem skittish and irritable, but they won’t rest — rest means boredom.
Horses in the Workplace
- Outstanding communicative skills make horses ideal candidates for customer relations work, especially if it involves using the telephone, enabling them to talk their heads off and get paid for it.
- Horses rarely stay for long in the same job; they need constant change. Horses follow many career paths during a life-time, gaining enormous experience on the way.
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