Chris Scott mobile: 0431 627 186 international: +61 431 627 186

Hello, my name is Chris Scott

The Horse Vision program is a culmination of all that has happened in my life. It began to take shape some 20 years ago and continues to evolve, shift and expand as new horses and people become involved. Horse Vision is an ongoing journey; it is my vision that it will continue well after I am gone. 

The Horse Vision program became a concept in 2002, while I was working as a horse riding instructor, and a group therapist. I began teaching one of the participants from my group work to ride, and the changes that occurred for that individual were so dramatic that I decided to combine my two jobs into one. Horse Vision was born. 

Horses helping people

Over the next 20 years, the program evolved into what we offer today.

Throughout the years, I have facilitated Horse Vision workshops in Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, the UK and New Zealand. I also attended intensive workshops in Denmark, Finland and the UK to hone my skills and to expand my knowledge, both in horsemanship and in learning more about Equine Assisted Learning. I gained extensive personal growth from these experiences, and still welcome any future learning. 

Horse Vision was created out of a desire to share the amazing duo of philosophy and experience. The centre is a place of peace and acceptance where we love to share a passion for horses and an enjoyment of life. My hope is that those who come here (both horse and human) enjoy the experience as much as I do. 

The Horse Vision centre is now located in Vasse 7 kms from Busselton in the South West of W.A.and we have expanded our program to now offer a W.A. Education endorsed program for youth and a professional development program endorsed by Australian Community Workers Association (A.C.W.A). We are very excited about this new phase of our program.  

Coaching with Horses FAQ’s

Will i be riding?

No. All of the work is done on the ground with a horse, or horses present, but not being ridden.

what if i am sort of afraid of horses?

That is completely okay. A healthy respect for such a large animal is to be expected. We can work through your fears, if you are drawn to move beyond them and discover what the horses have to tell you.

what should i wear?

Jeans, and comfortable layers are ideal. Boots or CLOSED TOED shoes are required.

Horse Vision

No horse experience needed – all interaction with horses is conducted on the ground.