Horse and Rooster Compatibility
The Horse and the Rooster could make a good pair, surprisingly enough — surprising because the Horse’s unpredictable nature wouldn’t seem to be a very natural match for the Rooster’s exacting perfectionism. The success of this match relies largely on the Horse’s flexibility and the Rooster’s ability to quell the urge to nag. The Rooster has a very sharp mind and a keen eye that picks up subtleties of detail; these qualities are what lead to the Rooster’s insistence on perfection, but are also quite attractive to the Horse. The Horse is a very witty, scintillating companion in part because of its general knowledge of a broad range of subjects; this sign is quite attracted to the Rooster’s specificity of knowledge.
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.
Horse and Rooster Love Compatibility
As lovers these two could run into problems, especially if they live together. The Rooster makes a very loyal, trusting partner but can be a rather annoying housemate if it gives in to its love of criticizing others. The Rooster wants things to be impeccably clean and in perfect order, but the Horse will often start a project and then abandon it right in the middle, having thought of something more fun or interesting to do. The Rooster could be very impatient with the Horse’s inability to focus or follow things through. The Horse also doesn’t have the best track record in terms of relationship longevity. However, these two will have a cerebral connection and can keep one another mentally stimulated.
Horse Woman and Rooster Man Compatibility
A Horse woman and a Rooster man can keep relationships going for short periods of time, but because of the Rooster man’s desire for a schedule and the need to stay organized, this can quickly turn the two against one another. The Horse woman does not enjoy having a schedule set for her, and prefers to feel free and not constrained to any specific daily way of life. The Horse woman does not approve of micro-managing from the Rooster male, and she will resist or even flee from the relationship to avoid it from occurring successfully.
Horse Man and Rooster Woman Compatibility
The Horse man and Rooster woman can work well together in compromise and in understanding each others needs in the home, emotionally, and even physically. It is essential for these signs to listen to one another whether the Horse is a man or the female in the relationship. A Rooster woman must understand the Horse’s need to have a free spirit and to be independent, whereas the Horse must also make compromises in helping to keep the home tidy, organized, and in place. Both the Horse and Rooster are quite blunt at times, spurring arguments but also helping to overcome any issues faced in the relationship quickly. If the Horse and the Rooster come together and commit in a relationship, it can be a success if both of those involved are willing to listen to one another with an open ear and heart, contributing to the longevity of the connection.