Ox people are hard-working and persistent, they stick to a task longer and go at it harder than anybody. They believe in themselves and tend to classify almost everything into two basic categories, good and bad. They use their high standards as a model and judge those who don't aspire to maintain these same ideals. Ox people are not social or party animals, they tend to be quiet when in a party. Although they appear to be tranquil, in fact, Oxen are ponderous but impulsive when angry. They are capable of fearsome rages, therefore, it is better not to cross Oxen.
Ox people are observant, they have remarkable memories and are good at reporting on absolutely everything they observe. Ask an Oxen if they remember who was at a party 8 months ago, and most likely they will name them one by one. At home, the Ox is great to have around. In business, Oxen can succeed in the arts due to their creative nature. And since Oxen are intelligent and good with their hands, they can be good surgeons too.
The Horse is hot-blooded, hot-headed and impatient. Horses are a bit egotistical and it is rare for them to interest themselves in any problems except their own. Their work nevertheless benefits everybody.
Ox people are stubborn and dogmatic, they believe in their decisions and never have regrets. They are also very close to their families. Disappointingly, Oxen often find that those who are close to them fail to understand them. Nevertheless, they are patient and caring and that makes the Ox the best friend you can ever have. Oxen are very responsible and loyal. Oxen are seldom jealous. but they will be jealous of their rights; and the fidelity of a husband or a wife is one of their rights. They are very family oriented, conservative and faithful.
1 - least compatible, 100 - most compatible
Famous oxen: Napoleon, Van Gogh, Walt Disney, Clark Gable, and Richard Nixon.
Hours ruled by the Ox: 1 a.m. to 3 a.m.
Direction of its sign: North - Northeast
Season and principle month: Winter to January
Corresponding Western sign: Capricorn
Fixed element: Water