The Chinese always associate the Horse with gifts given to Emperors and other powerful court officials. From the times of the Sung Emperors through to the Imperial rulers of the Qing dynasty, the Horse has been associated with gifts brought by the vanquished to the victors.
The impetuous, fiery Horse is the seventh animal of the Chinese Zodiac. This Yang creature embodies noble characteristics such as strength, perseverance and speed, as well as loyalty and elegance. The handsome figurine of a Horse running upwards symbolizes a speedy and steady ascent to fame and success.
If you are involved in a competitive situation, in your job or in business, display the Horse coming into your home or office. This is one of the best ways to bring Victory Luck using Feng Shui.
For those who wish to have their talents and hard work acknowledged by the right people, place this horse in the South corner of your home. The horse also symbolizes endurance, loyalty and purity. It also symbolizes courage, resilience, fame and recognition. The white horse or horses bring(s) the attainment of high rank, recognition and a life of comfort and riches.
It's the considered opinion of many that the Horse Statuette is ideal for those who are in marketing and travel line. And of course for all of those globe trotters.
Icons or photos having 3 or 5 or 8 running or climbing horses are considered the luckiest.
Statues or Scrolls of Horse(s) should be placed in the South of Office/Living Room. Can also be placed in Sheng Qi. Avoid placement in bedrooms.