Noche Miller
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A Bit About Me and my Horse(s)
Noche grew up riding horses. That love of riding naturally turned to training as she grew older.
After graduating Noche moved out west and spent some time working on ranches. She started taking in young horses to train. Having heard about whorl theory long ago she paid attention to the whorls on horse who came in for training. The ones who were easy to start, as well as the tough ones.
She added her own notes to the backs of books about whorls and continued her studies.
No longer training horses for the public she now concentrates on her small herd of problem horses, still concentrating on whorls and how they affect the horses movement and temperaments. The internet has allowed her to reach far more horses virtually than she was ever able to in person and her studies aren’t slowing at all.
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Thick vs Thin

Some people like ’em thic. Others prefer long and lean..

Maybe our preference for body type is subconsciously based more in a preference for temperament type than build. More than we realize at least.

Studies in cattle have long since shown that the size of bone directly correlates to temperament. The smaller the bone the higher strung the cattle. Thicker bone shows quieter cattle.

That same thing can be see when we look at horses. An easy comparison is draft horse to…

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Posted on August 31, 2022 at 11:31am

A Science And An Art

Science is beginning to prove that whorls really are connected deeply to temperament.
Which we have known all along.
Between finding the genes behind the whorls and temperament, and clinical studies showing strong similarities between reactions of animals with matching whorl types they have covered correlation and causation.
We can be sure that whorls are related to temperament.
The question…
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Posted on August 3, 2022 at 9:37am

Equestrian Author Podcast

I have some rather exciting news and something a bit unusual to announce.
I had the pleasure of interviewing with Carly Kade a while back for her wonderful podacst, Equestrian Author Spotlight. It’s such a fun podcast to listen, all sorts of great authors to hear about and a fun place to find new book recommendations. It was an honor to get to be among those…
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Posted on July 30, 2022 at 4:40pm

Introverts, So Often Misunderstood

Have you ever found yourself hiding from children? Wishing they would be still and leave you just a moments peace and quiet? Not that you don't love them. Do you feel drained and exhausted after time spent at parties or with groups of people? Not that you don't like them. Is time alone necessary to your survival and peace of mind?
Is so, you might be an…
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Posted on July 12, 2022 at 10:03am

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