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Hunner is an 19 year old Bay Quarter Horse gelding. Hunner comes to TEAM-FPC as a donation from a private farm in Lascassas, Tennessee. Before arriving at the TEAM-FPC barn, Hunner was an All Around Quarter Horse, winning countless ribbons in Western and Hunter classes. Hunner retired from the show circuit in 2011 and has since been used as a lesson horse for both children and adults. Hunner’s gentle nature and accepting personality makes him a prime horse for TEAM-FPC!


Caferina is a 6 year old Bay Thoroughbred mare. She is an off-the track Thoroughbred retrained as a Dressage and Jumping horse. She is from an impressive line of racehorses and was nominated to the Breeders’ Cup. Along the way of her short career, Caferina was stricken with a strained hip flexor.  Rather than exposing her to the possibility of re-injury as a Jumping horse, the owner felt her time would be better spent helping people with their own challenges. Caferina was donated to TEAM-FPC in the fall of 2018!


Fancy is an 18 year old Bay Quarter Horse mare. Prior to arriving at the TEAM-FPC barn, Fancy was a Western & English discipline show and lesson horse for adults and children alike.

She was even the American Quarter Horse Association Youth Quarter Horse of the Year – twice! Fancy arrived summer of 2018 where she was adored by Oak Hill Day Camp children of all ages! She loves attention and we are proud to have her on our TEAM!


Benny is a 12 year old Buckskin Quarter Horse gelding. Benny comes to TEAM-FPC from Trail Dust Ranch in Kentucky. Before joining our TEAM, he was an American Quarter Horse Association show horse where he competed in Western Pleasure and as a Show Hunter.  More recently, Benny could be found serving as an excellent trail riding horse for countless numbers of children at various summer camps. His calm nature and sweet demeanor makes him an excellent addition to the TEAM-FPC family!


Patches is a 10 year old American Paint Horse with her own special story! She was recently diagnosed with a cancerous tumor on her right eye. After an unsuccessful attempt to eradicate the cancer with injectable chemotherapy, it was determined that the eye needed to be removed. She is currently recovering and learning to serve others with disabilities!

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