Welcome to Hilltop Farm Equestrian
We are a premier hunter/jumper boarding facility in Austin, Texas, offering top-notch professional riding instruction for children, juniors and adults in hunters, jumpers and dressage.
Training for both you and your horse to show competitively at local, regional and A/AA Circuit Hunter/Jumper and Dressage shows is our specialty. We attend all the major USEF, USDF, CTHJA, and TSSA shows and also host Centex and TSSA shows right here at our barn!
Come ride and show with us – you’ll have fun while you improve your riding skills and win that blue ribbon!
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2195 County Road 105
Hutto, Texas 78634
Your Riding Lesson Checklist
- Download & Sign Rider’s Lesson Liability Form
- ASTM Riding Helmet (with hair net if needed),
- Riding pants: jodphurs or breeches
- Paddock boots with half chaps OR Tall boots
- Riding Gloves
- Optional – grooming kit, english riding crop, spurs.
Hilltop Farms serves Riders in the Austin, Texas Metro area:
Central Austin, East Austin, North Austin, South Austin, Elgin, Georgetown, Hutto, Pfluegerville, Leander, Liberty Hill, Killeen, Manor, McDade, Salado, Taylor, Temple.
Owner & Head Trainer
Gina Piccinni, owner and head trainer at Hilltop Farm, has over 20 years experience as a professional rider and coach. She has won many regional awards in the hunters and equitation and high scores in the dressage ring. Gina focuses on horsemanship and the theory of riding which really helps the students and horses understand and have positive and productive training sessions. Gina has been horse showing since the age of 5, and she loves to introduce riders to the show circuit and teach them how to have fun, while winning!
Holly Brennan is the barn manager, providing assistance in all aspects of the Hilltop Farm program. Her riding experience began more than forty years ago when she persuaded her father, Leonard Hummel, founder of Kings Bridge Farm, to allow her to take riding lessons. She has been involved with horses ever since. Holly cares for all our horses, and has hands and eyes on every horse at Hilltop Farm every day.