Haras de Clarbec, owner of the French mare Nayana has decided that is time for the 15-year-old horse to retire. The Royal Feu daughter made her comeback after a one and a half year break in La Baule in May where she stayed clear in two rounds at 1,45m level.
The mare was brought to the international Grand Prix sport by Eric Levallois when she was eight years old. After Levalloi’s car accident Leprevost took over the mare’s ride in 2011. The two of them were able to achieve great successes, among them the victory at the Global Champions Tour in Antwerpen or the Nations Cup Final in Barcelona in 2013.