Haymen's new owner in 2011 is Suzannah Willis, and the pair look set to take on the Junior and Young Rider scene in style.
Julia went to Europe with George Sanna to find her first experienced Grand Prix horse in late 2006. He is an experienced campaigner with near perfect technique. By Arpege Pierreville, he was foaled in 1995 and stands at almost 16.3 hands.
Haymen's successes have included winning the World Cup at Gawler, placing 5th in the World Cup at Sydney Royal 2008, and giving Chris Chugg and Vivant a good run for their money in the Senior Title at the ISS Australian Championships soon after. Julia and Haymen kept up the pressure to the last, with finally just one rail between them and Chugg after a challenging three-round Grand Prix.
The pair also wowed the crowd at Elysian in 2007, finishing the only double-clear round in the prestigious Silver Series. Haymen and Julia were invited to join the National Jumping Squad in 2007. In Queensland in August 2008, Haymen placed 5th and 10th in the World Cup series, as well as winning the A & B Grade class at Caboolture.
He then placed 4th in the World Cup class at Adelaide Royal, and 5th in the World Cup class at Adelaide Metro in September.
Haymen began 2009 well, being overall Grand Prix Champion at the NSW Country Championships held in Maitland. And it got better. Julia took him to New Zealand in March for the hotly contested Olympic Cup class at the Horse of the Year Show. The pair placed 2nd overall, after an outstanding clear run in the second round, gaining their COC for WEG in the process.