Here at the Horse & Jockey we are passionate about local food and produce. The Egan family has had a local knowledge of the best sources in Tipperary and continue to hold strong relationships with these Tipperary Food Producers. Some of them have gone on to global success which enriches our values and pride in the choice we have here in county Tipperary.
Within our menus and stocked in our Bakery shop we have some of the most notable suppliers in Tipperary and Ireland.
Cooleeney Farm the fourth generation of the Maher family to work the land. Their pedigree Friesian dairy herd is the main enterprise and animal husbandry and breeding receive Jim and Pat’s careful attention. https://www.cooleeney.com/
For over 22 years Crossogue Preserves has been producing a range of Jams, Jellies, Marmalades, Curds, Chutneys and Coulis for our clients. They are still 100% hand-made on the Crossogue farm. https://www.crossoguepreserves.com/
Based in the heart of the Golden Vale in Tipperary, Crowe’s Farm produces a range of Outdoor Reared pigs and Organic poultry. They use traditional farming methods which is sympathetic to the pigs welfare given the Irish climate. This ensures both quality and a unique and diverse range of breeds to stock on our shelves. Each animal is slow reared to ensure healthy happy pigs who have the opportunity to access the outdoors ad-hoc. https://crowefarm.ie/
Inch House Pudding is keeping family traditions alive and that is what it’s all about. Mary, Nora, and Mairin are very passionate women and when it come to food they are true to form. Working together they have developed their award-winning pudding that we see today. http://www.inchhouse.ie/traditional-pudding/
Magners Farm is located near Moyglass village in Fethard County Tipperary – the heart of the “Golden Vale” Ireland. The land around Fethard is world renowned for its incredibly fertile limestone pasture which has raised some of the most successful international racing and breeding horses. https://www.magnersfarm.com/
Since the 1700s over seven generations of the O’Donnell family have lived on Seskin Farm, Co. Tipperary and have mastered the art of cultivating the perfect potato. Today we bring our hard won expertise as well as the name, to realise the finest of hand cooked crisps. Seskin Farm is situated in the valley between Sliabh na mBan mountain and the river Suir with the Comeragh mountains beyond to the south. http://www.odonnellscrisps.com
The Apple Farm is located between Cahir and Clonmel in Co. Tipperary. Apples have been grown in this area for hundreds of years, and since 1968 the Traas family have been planting more orchards to increase the supply. As well as apples, they grow pears, plums, sweet cherries, strawberries and raspberries. http://www.theapplefarm.com/
In Ireland, in 1973, tradition had it that ‘girls were girls’. Thankfully, in the O’Dwyer household, Martin and Marion believed in creating their own family traditions. This meant bringing fun, chaos and bravery into their business and their home. To them, their girls were Master Butchers in training. Una O’Dwyer is one of Ireland’s few female craft butchers. Based in Cashel, Co.Tipperary, Una has created a range of delicious artisan meat products made with only the finest Irish pork and carefully sourced natural ingredients. http://www.martinodwyerfamilybutcher.com/
When Louis and Jane Grubb set out to make Cashel Blue in the early 1980's, their ambition was to create a framhouse cheese that truly represents the outstanding quality of the Tipperary grass fed milk. Today more than 30 years later and in the hands of the 2nd generation, Cashel Blue is still made by hand on the Tipperary fram, Beechmount. http://www.cashelblue.com/