Happy Chinese New Year – The Year of the Horse

The Chinese New Year was celebrated on the 31st January and 2014 is the year of the horse.

The spirit of the horse is recognized to be the Chinese people’s ethos – making unremitting efforts to improve themselves. It is energetic, bright, warm-hearted, intelligent and able. Ancient people liked to designate an able person as ‘Qianli Ma’, a horse that covers a thousand li a day (one li equals half a kilometer).

We stock two of walking sticks with horse head toppers. Please click on any of the images below to
go and take a look at our range online. We can also supply a further four walking canes, three silver plated and one with a resin handle.

Year of the Horse Walking Stick
Year of the Horse Walking Stick
Racehorse Topper Walking Stick
Racehorse Topper Walking Stick


If you would like to see these other sticks too, please contact us and we will send you some pictures.

1906 25 Jan 1906 – 12 Feb 1907 (Fire)
1918 11 Feb 1918 – 31 Jan 1919 (Earth)
1930 30 Jan 1930 – 16 Feb 1931 (Metal)
1942 15 Feb 1942 – 04 Feb 1943 (Water)
1954 03 Feb 1954 – 23 Jan 1955 (Wood)
1966 21 Jan 1966 – 04 Feb 1967 (Fire)
1978 07 Feb 1978 – 27 Jan 1979 (Earth)
1990 27 Jan 1990 – 14 Feb 1991 (Metal)
2002 12 Feb 2002 – 31 Jan 2003 (Water)
2014 31 Jan 2014 – 18 Feb 2015 (Wood)
These are all Years of the Horse according to Chinese astrology. Were you born in a Horse Year? Is there anyone in your family who is a horse? Would you or they like a horse handled walking stick to celebrate? If so please take advantage of one of our discount codes; freepostage to get your stick delivered anywhere in the United Kingdom for free or code 10percent to get 10% off of your order, whichever is best for you!
Just enter either code in to the promotional code box and the checkout and then click apply to see the new amount including the discount in your cart.
Chinese astrology makes for interesting yet conflicting reading. For example someone born in a horse year is described as;  Horses are proud yet sweet-natured, arrogant yet oddly modest in their approach to love, envious but tolerant, conceited yet humble. They want to belong, yet they are burdened by their need for independence. They need love and crave intimacy yet often feel cornered, pressured.   What?!@!*$>#!
Happy Chinese New Year everybody!