Nayessence made his debut at York in 2008. His confidence was knocked on his third racecourse appearance when he fell at Chester and it took him a while to get his head in front. In April 2010 he won twice in the space of sixteen days at Wolverhampton, both wins coming over a mile and a half. He seemed to save his best form for under the lights at Dunstall Park. However, he appeared to struggle afterwards and was retired the following year. He went on to hunt in his retirement and became a lovely riding horse. Nayessence still lives at the yard and he regularly ridden out by Caroline Bartram.
Caroline takes up the story .....
He's been hunting for the past 5 Years this is his 6th season doing it. He jumps massive hedges every weekend and is absolutely fearless. He has been hunted by everyone including Jake Greenall who jumped him around the infamous leppington hedges of Annie Henson's (I did the same with him but I ended up landing in one with him staring at me wondering how I ended up inside the hedge!) He is a pleasure to hack out and we go exploring all over Mick's vast tracks of land and he's happy to pop any ditch or hedge or log we need to get where we're going. His best friend is Macleod and they're rarely parted from each other in the hunt field. He's an absolute pleasure to have around but may be trying to cope with a small addiction to the white stuff (polos) which he always manages to snuffle out of your pocket. He loves attention and could stand being groomed and petted all day long.