This winter, so the old people are saying, is the coldest one in Ireland since 1947- and it feels every bit of it in County Galway where we have just moved to
It took an axe and sledge to break through ice so we could get the horses safely across a turloch to their new pasture
Initially we came to Galway to complete some timber contracts, but the interest that forest owners in this region have shown in our logging service combined with us securing more contracts here, has prompted us to move our entire operation to Connaught.
Another advantage to run the business in this county is it's geographical location. Being in the centre of Ireland means we can better service clients countrywide- made all the easier because of Galway's new road infrastructure.
We have chosen Athenry as a new base because of the cluster of timber related trades and resources around this town, which we will detail in the coming year along with various exciting programmes that Trojan Heavy Horses have initiated.
A hardy but bright start to the New Year.