New equestrian centre in Tomhaggard opens up its doors to the public at official launch at Wexford Equestrian Centre
Published 15/12/2015 | 00:00
A new equestrian store based at the Wexford Equestrian Centre in Tomhaggard recently opened its doors, giving horse enthusiasts a sneak peek into what they have to offer.
The retail outlet, which is a branch of Antrim-based company Doagh Equestrian, held an official launch night recently, during which guests had the chance to receive discounts and free giveaways.
Commenting on the opening, owner of Doagh Equestrian Trevor McCelland said that previous pop-up shops in the Wexford venue had proven successful.
'We are excited at the venture at the Wexford Equestrian venue and look forward to offering a great service,' he said.
Owners of Wexford Equestrian Orla and Patrick Peare have been established since September 2012. They are looking forward to welcoming their new venture and hope to expand on it within the coming months.
'We delighted that Trevor has chosen our venue to establish his shop in the south,' said Orla. 'He has an admired reputation for quality products and service for many years, something that we have established with our facility.'
The store will sell tack, riding clothing, rugs and other related items.