And now on January 28 the much better Rooster Year will start.Horses
Back in the Rooster year 1993 the "Dallas Horses" Jerry Jones, Troy Aikman and Daryl Johnson could win the Super Bowl alongside "Rooster" Emmitt Smith. This time they have head coach Jason Garrett and Rooster Dak Prescott on the case.
Saints' QB Drew Brees is the best passer in the NFL and Jennifer Lawrence was named by Forbes as the top earning female in Hollywood.
Is Francois Fillon going to replace Francois Hollande in France?
After only 67 days Sam Allardyce has resigned as the manager of England's national football team.
Fernando Santos has won the Football Eurocup with Portugal while all those Horse politicians are facing trouble. Edogan saw a coup, David Cameron resigned while Hollande and Angela Merkel suffer from protests.
Halle Berry has announced her divorce from "Snake" Olivier Martinez while Nicole Scherzinger is now getting entertained by Tennis "Goat" Grigor Dimitrov.
In China they say, that the Horse does always find his way home, what may explain their tremendous role in global politics.
With Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki and Jacob Zuma South Africa prides three consecutive Horse year born Presidents while Helmut Schmidt, Helmut Kohl and Angela Merkel were covering 30 years of leadership in Germany.
Back in the last year of the Rooster Angela Merkel and Angela Merkel had been the rising stars of 2005 as well as Ray Charles.
In fact the great musician had won once again a Grammy in a Rooster year, which obviously tend to favor the Horses.
Sensational was also the rise of the Super Bowl winning Dallas Cowboys with Troy Aikman and Daryl Johnson on the field.
Overall both of the last Rooster years have been brilliant for the Horses and so should be also 2017.
Certainly the solid Horses won't get nervous when the Rooster may scream and they will walk through the year as big time winners.
Rooster and Horse are sharing similar conservative values and 2017 will be much less complicated and tricky as the 2016 Monkey Year.
Hard work and solid commitment have never been a problem for Horses and the ruling Rooster will be more than pleased to support them with many fortune stars.