Jane Rheinhardt

San Diego Riding Academy’s co-owner and trainer, Jane Rheinhardt, has over a decade of experience developing green and challenging horses into solid citizens. Jane grew up with horses, starting her riding career learning to barrel race quarter horses. Jane’s family bred and raised halter quarter horses and Jane competed successfully with her family’s horses preparing them for quarter horse congress. While in her formative years as a horsewoman, Jane rode young horses for her dressage trainer and also took jumping lessons.

Jane’s diverse experience, unique perspective and honed skills make her a compassionate horsewoman who always sees the best in her horses and those of her clients. As she gets to know you and your horse, she will guide your understanding of one another and help you in the achievement of goals. Most days you can find Jane working with one of her charges in the arena, round pen or on the trail.

Jane with SDRA’s retired race horse turned show jumper “Pleasure to Ride“
Jane and SDRA’s Newly imported Bardolino 35, who has 56 placings in Germany at 1.20 and 1.30 Meter jumpers

Linda Levy

Linda Levy, Co-owner and trainer at SDRA is a life long horsewoman. Highlights of Linda’s career include riding, training, show coaching and organizing  IEA, USEF and USHJA horse shows. Linda has managed 5 riding programs over her career, most notably Volo Farm in Westford MA.

Linda with “Leviticus” who she imported as a 4 year old from Germany and trained To become a successful jumping horse.
Linda and Dolly giving a riding lesson.
Dressage Horse Kwantum
Linda Levy Riding Mrs. Mary Cancian’s “Kwantum” a Prix Saint George horse Linda helped import from Germany.

Andy Levy

Linda’s husband Andy, works within the SDRA organization, helping with horse care, and details within the business. Andy has worked as a general manager for more than 30 years, where he specialized in real estate.