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Horizon has partnered with The Toro Company to offer the Toro Dingo to its customers in Texas. With easy-to-use controls, the Dingo compact utility loader increases productivity for all levels of operators and accomplishes tasks otherwise done by hand in a fraction of the time.

Horizon offers Toro Dingo compact utility loader to customers in Texas

Horizon has partnered with The Toro Company to offer the Toro Dingo to its customers in Texas. With easy-to-use controls, the Dingo compact utility loader increases productivity for all levels of operators

 and accomplishes tasks otherwise done by hand in a fraction of the time.


“The Toro Dingo offers incredible hydraulic power and versatility in a maneuverable, compact design,” said Sam Noffsinger, regional sales manager, Horizon said. “Its uses are unlimited. With seven models available, there’s a Dingo available no matter what you need to accomplish.”


Horizon will offer both wheeled and tracked Dingo models. The wheeled models have a ride-on platform that provides improved visibility and, at only 40.5 inches wide, the wheeled Dingo models allow operators to access even the most confined spaces.


The five tracked Dingo models range from 13-hp. gasoline to 25-hp. diesel engines. With easy-to-use controls and a walk-behind design, the tracked models are perfect for all levels of operators. A 42-inch gate is easily accessible by all tracked models, while 36-inch gates are accessible with the Narrow Track models.


Toro also offers new TRX walk-behind trenchers that work faster and straighter than ever expected from a walk-behind trencher. The track drive design provides a low center of gravity and large footprint offering stability and increased maneuverability—without causing damage to existing turf. The controls work virtually identical to the Toro Dingo tracked models—so new operators can be trained quickly. The simple control system allows operators to trench with one hand while adjusting boom depth with the other.


To attain peak performance with the Dingo, Toro offers more than 35 attachments. The attachments connect in seconds, are easy to operate and provide excellent mobility.


“The addition of the Toro Dingo to our product offerings in Texas is part of Horizon’s continuous commitment to our customers in Texas,” Noffsinger explains. “In addition to the Dingo, we have recently added TurfGro professional fertilizers, Kawasaki handheld equipment, pesticides and lighting and pond products to our Texas locations.”

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