Beyond offering a first-rate equestrian competition, we strive for sustainability in both our social and environmental pursuits. Our designation as an Eco-labled Event, and our support to projects Våga Satsa Vinn and Min Stora Dag are just some of the ways we do this.
For the second year in a row, Gina Tricot Grand Prix has been designated as an Eco-labled Event, which, for example, means that we actively strive to reduce water and electricity consumption. One of the steps we’ve taken is to replace lighting in the riding stable with energy-saving LED lamps. Another has been to post clear instructions for waste sorting at the competition site.
Accessibility and diversity are important catchwords for Gina Tricot Grand Prix and through our cooperation with Våga Satsa Vinn, we hope that more people will be able to experience our competition. During the international competitions on 11 March, we will, for the first time, be offering more support in the form of sign-language interpretation, hearing loops and audio descripting.
Min Stora Dag is the organization dedicated to making dreams come true and creating brighter days for children and youth with a serious illness or diagnosis. Last year, 56 children per week had their wishes granted, which included everything from attending a riding camp to flying high in a fighter jet. This year, Min Stora Dag will be a part of Gina Tricot Grand Prix and we’re very happy to help make even more dreams come true.