The Long Island Dressage Association (LIDA) is here to help! Please feel free to contact our Board Members with any comments or requests.
LIDA'S new president, Mary Mulcahy brings with her years of experience as past president of the North Fork Audubon Society. During her tenure NFAS increased their membership, adopted Inlet Pond county park establishing a Nature Center and preserved the old LILCO site, 500 acres on Long Island Sound where among other events, trail rides are hosted every year. Mary is bringing this same energy to LIDA. She has been pursuing dressage on her Lusitanos receiving her USDF Bronze Medal in 2014 on her youngest horse, Alcetas. "I'm very excited to be part of the continuing story of the USDF's second oldest GMO. 2016 is going to be a great year for LIDA! I hope you'll join us for the ride!
Vice President, 2018-2019
22 years ago I bought a crazy OTTB mare named Emma. That was some ride! Then came the love of my life, my big man, Kvasir, better known as Fig. Together we just touched Prix St. George before he was side-lined with an injury. Now, I am thrilled to be a part of the new LIDA, and look forward to helping dressage on Long Island prosper.
Doreen Rose has been an active competitor in dressage for the past four years. She competes on her 14.1 Welsh Cob mare Talywern Fair Rose (Flora). Throughout that time, she has shown Flora at numerous schooling and USDF recognized competitions throughout Long Island, New Jersey and Connecticut. She works for the Locust Valley Central School District as a high school Spanish and Italian teacher. She is enthusiastic to support her fellow Long Island competitors by fostering an open line of communication between the LIDA board and its members.