Here we specialize in breeding, raising, and showing horses of only the finest quality and temperament. Our farm is unique as we do not accept outside horses for training or boarding, and can therefore devote all of our time and attention to the horses that we currently own or have bred ourselves. Thus, when purchasing a horse from us, you are assured that it will be everything you desire, if not more, as we know each one very, very well. Our philosophy is that socialization, personalized attention, and sunshine make for a happy, healthy horse and all our horses are turned out daily.
Fleck Arabians is located on forty-six beautiful acres in central Indiana and is owned by two equine experts, Dr. Timothy and Rebecca Fleck.
Dr. Fleck is a veterinarian who has advanced specialties in animal chiropractic, acupuncture, and alternative treatments, and is highly regarded as one of the leading Equine Lameness Specialists in the United States. He splits his time between working at his practice, the Noblesville Veterinary Clinic and traveling the country treating show horses.
Rebecca Fleck is an Internationally recognized Arabian and Half-Arabian Judge. She has judged many National Championships in addition to some of the most prestigious Arabian shows in the world. Rebecca is also the winner of numerous National and Reserve National Championships, and over 90 U.S. National Top Ten awards all won with her own horses that she trains, handles, and shows herself. Additionally, she was named the 2007 Amateur of the Year and the 2010 Amateur Hunter/Show Hack Rider of the Year by the Arabian Professional and Amateur Horseman’s Association.
A great source of pride is seeing our home bred and raised horses winning in the show ring. To date, we have bred over 70 horses, many of whom have won numerous National and Regional titles both with Rebecca and their new owners.
Since the beginning, Fleck Arabians has been a family affair. Tim would treat the horses, Rebecca would train and show them, their daughter, Ashley, would groom and show, and their son, Austin, would handle anything at the farm that involved the use of a tractor.