2003 – Water Goat Year

Those born between February 1, 2003 and January 21, 2004 are members of the Water Goat Chinese Zodiac sign. RAM people are elegant, charming, generous, wise and gentle. They are also pessimists, hesitant, and over-anxious worriers. Uncertainty causes the Ram people to seek guidance from others while their timidity prevents them from becoming great leaders. They are deeply religious and highly talented in the fields of art and music. Ram people should be good in the professions of gardening, actor, artist, entertainer, musician, or photography.

Year of the Water Goat

Rams who are influenced by the Element of Water are good at going with the flow. According to the Chinese Zodiac, Water Rams like to put down roots in one place, and settle into a nice routine. Water Rams may not be eager to make changes in their lives because they are willing to take things as they come. People born as Water Rams in the Chinese horoscope are very easy to get along with, because they do not make many demands on their friends, family, or spouses.

Water Rams can be a little resentful if they don’t get their way, but it never lasts long, because they know how to shrug and move on. These people are able to deal with change better than other Rams, but they still need the help and support of their friends and family. Water Rams still enjoy the finer things in life, but are a little more accepting and understanding if the extra money isn’t always available to spend on luxuries.

Water Rams are good with words, and usually have their friends and family laughing at the jokes. These people are fun to be with and make excellent friends.

Water Goat in Relationships

Goats tend to be private, so it can take effort to get to know one. The Goat is the one who will decide when and with whom it will share its personal life. As a result, most Goats have few close friends, yet they’ll work hard for those they love.

Fun-loving and carefree, Water Goats prefer "going with the flow". These traits make Water Goats enjoyable to be around. They prefer to put down roots. They’ll pout when things don’t go their way and they lack self-confidence.

Year of Birth by Chinese Horoscope

Goat Compatibility

Goat Combinations

Chinese Zodiac Years