Fletcher Street. "Deep in the heart of Philadelphia, past row houses and vacant lots, run-down playgrounds and dilapidated schools, is a little place called Fletcher Street. It has everything one would expect to find in a ghetto, with one addition: horses. These boys and men ride and care for their horses in an urban environment. They describe their passion for horses as having kept them from the temptations of street life and face these challenges by loving their horses and staying close to their community and each other."