Elusive Fort managed by Allan Bloodlines

Champion son of Fort Wood brings world class bloodlines at the highest level

Allan Bloodlines is delighted to have been appointed to undertake the sales and promotion and syndicate management of the stallion ELUSIVE FORT, standing at Arc-En-Ciel Stud near Wellington, Western Cape.

ELUSIVE FORT is a Gr.1 winner as a miler and at the classic distances.  His Gr.1 wins were in the Horse Chestnut Stakes (1600m), Daily News 2200 (m) and the SA Derby (2450m) as well as the Gr.2 Hawaii Stakes (1400m).

By the hugely influential FORT WOOD, ELUSIVE FORT brings the great “E” family bloodline of EMPRESS CLUB, ECURIE and his own granddam EPOQUE plus all the other “E”‘s including regular new black type.

But not only “E”, he also contributes two of the greatest families in modern world bloodstock history.  He is a grandson of the great SADLER’S WELLS, from the great females THONG / SPECIAL / FAIRY BRIDGE and sire of GALILEO, MONTJEU, FORT WOOD and HIGH CHAPARRAL.  And ELUSIVE FORT is also a grandson of the great FALL ASPEN, arguably the finest modern broodmare of all.  With literally several dozen black typers under her name, she can include in addition to French Gr.1 winner FORT WOOD the stallions DUBAI MILLENNIUM, Champion and sire of young DUBAWI the fastest to sire 7 Gr.1 winners, plus other Gr.1 winners at stud such as DIXIE UNION, TIMBER COUNTRY and ELNADIM.

ELUSIVE FORT. A triple Gr.1 winner at 1600-2450 metres.  Three of the best of all female lines in one stallion.  This horse can surely sire top class runners.

After a good book in his first season, the fee remains at R10 000 to get this potentially great stallion going in cautious markets.

For enquires and bookings now contact Allan Bloodlines as below or call Craig at Arc-En-Ciel.

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