Remote horse sanctuary utilizes EAL programs to draw clients.
15 miles and 30 minutes from the nearest town/city, driving up scenic canyons through 16 switch-back turns and a tunnel to arrive at the sanctuary.
How can you leverage your remote location? Join us in November and find out!
About Tracy and Scott:
Tracy Scott is the president and founding partner of Steadfast Steeds Mustang Horse Sanctuary of Western Colorado. Involved with horses for 40+ years, the past 15 have focused on extensive study, advocacy, and partnerships with American wild horses.
Blaine Scott is the other founding partner. He’s an E3A Equine Assisted Learning Practitioner – combining his 30 yrs. as a pastor, and Family Systems theory with EAL work.
Together, Tracy & Blaine moved in 2010 to a high-desert location that closely reflected the landscape of the American wild horse, and created the mustang sanctuary.
As an EAL facilitator, Tracy includes remote coaching with the mustangs, as well as on-site coaching. She continues socializing mustangs to be adopted by EAL coaches for their programs.