The actions we take in the next few years are critical and everyone must contribute to creating the conditions necessary for humanity to flourish within the boundaries of the earth. Today, more than ever, companies have the responsibility to become strong agents of change, and we, Get the Gallop, have accepted the challenge to be one of them.

 The equestrian industry has been lagging behind for many years, and we have made it our mission to restore the standard for equestrian design, production, use and end-of-life products. Get the Gallop is an attempt to reconnect our passion for horses and our love for nature by making sustainable and authentic products that you can live, work and ride in! 

We are by no means perfect (yet!) and we know we have a long way to go, but one thing is for sure, passion and determination will get us there. We are sifting through our entire value chain and continuously collaborate with our business partners to find and implement new solutions to minimize our environmental impact. Our aim is to guarantee that every product or garment you order from us is made from quality materials from reliable sources, that working conditions respect high international standards, that transport and packaging have a minimal environmental footprint and that our final products are designed to last., as well can be reused once they have done their job.

The equestrian industry is rooted in linear and unsustainable production methods, which makes it difficult to bring about changes overnight. We work hard to find solutions, change mindsets and promote change along the value chain so that the equine industry is inspired to join the movement. We promise to be honest and transparent with you every step of the way. This is the beginning of our journey, and we are so excited that you want to join us!

Since the beginning of 2022, we have been members of the organization 1% for the planet, which means that we will donate at least 1% of our annual turnover to causes and organizations that work to help and improve our environment. Read more about this here.