Linda's Riding School


Linda's Riding School, located convenient to Atlanta, Conyers, Covington, and Monticello, has schooled the area's riders in the arts of English hunt seat and Western style riding at this location for over 25 years.  We invite you browse through the website and then arrange a visit to the School to take a personal tour.  

Linda Greene Ridley, owner and president of Linda's Riding School, Inc., has owned and ridden horses since she was a teenager, and loves to see others develop as riders as she herself developed.  In sharing her riding expertise, she has worked with numerous businesses and individuals to customize a riding program to fit any need.

Customizable Riding Programs 

The riding programs range from birthday parties, to a company promotion or picnic, to a school field trip where students are provided an opportunity to get up close to a horse.  In addition, the School is approved with Girl and Boy Scouts of America.

Our Horses

At present the School has approximately 30 horses, most of which are Quarter Horses.  The School also has a number of Appaloosas and Paints.

Skilled in English hunt seat and Western, our instructors can tailor lessons to meet your skill level.  Through a combination of individual lessons and group rides, each rider will find his or her best seat.

Competition and Recognition

Linda has competed in and earned several IBHA World and Reserve World titles including:

Hunters Hack       Hunt Seat Pleasure

Hunt Seat Trail  Hunt Seat Discipline

Western Trail      Yearling Longe Line


Linda's life with horses has been interesting, to say the least.  Here are a few examples of the variety of her accomplishments and experiences:

  • Performed on stage with the Moscow Ballet with her horse
  • Provided horses for the movie, Gordy.
  • Drill team shows for a Sweden-based company
  • Featured on the cover of the phone book, jumping for the win at Hunter Hack at the World Show
  • Taken horses to show at the Evergreen Conference Center
  • Provided horses for hay rides for major magazine company at a plantation