Hillcroft Farm is located in Pennsylvania's historic Oley Valley. The farm was founded by my mother,
Barbara Laudenslayer. Two years ago I took over general management.
Our goal is to breed great Morgans with the athleticism to excel in all areas from the show ring to an informal trail ride and the
personality to make the journey fun. I firmly believe that the Morgan horse makes an excellent partner for any rider no matter what their goals.
Our breeding program focuses mainly on the government and Lippitt lines. Our first stallion was the grulla, Stormwashed. He has moved on to a new
home but his daughters remain an integral part of our herd. Our 2009 and 2010 foals
were by my Homeward Middlebury son, Exeter's
in the wings is Baymount's Lorenzo, a Marvelous Intrigue son, who has enormous potential. We also have an excellent herd of mares at the heart of our program.
Please enjoy our site. We happily welcome visitors to our farm, and whether you're looking for a horse to add to your own breeding program or a
riding or driving partner, we would be thrilled to help you find your Morgan. -Eliza Cilluffo
HILLCROFT FARM NEWS
This year at Hillcroft we only have one foal, but she turned out to be a great one. Last year I purchased TK Halfmoon
from Vintage Morgans. She arrived bred to Sumrsnow Majestic and early in May we
welcomed a beautiful bay filly into our herd. Meet HCTF
We have a few other new faces here at Hillcroft. I am an avid knitter and spinner so we are adding fiber animals to go
along with our Morgan horses.
Along with the alpacas we have added sheep and angora bunnies. Check back for more info on Hillcroft Fibers.
Last, I'm very pleased to highlight Coachman's LOL here on our farm news. We have started him under saddle. He is doing very nicely and should be going on his first trail ride in August.
This is a very nice gelding who would be perfect for an amateur owner. Check out our
for sale page for more info.