Eventidor is an Elusive Fort colt, out of the Western Winter (USA) mare Early Spring. Purchased by the Hollywood Syndicate at the 2020 BSA National 2-Year Old Sale, he was bred by Sandown Stud.

Name: Eventidor
Named By: Sports Office
Sex: Bay Colt
Sire: Elusive Fort
Dam: Early Spring
Damsire: Western Winter (USA)
DOB: 11 September 2018
Trainer: Alyson Wright
BreederSandown Stud (G.J. Armitage)
PedigreeSee Here
Record: 2-0-1

The Dam, EARLY SPRING, was a winner, earning R26,875, 1400m. She is the own sister to Tamora (dam of SPEED MACHINE), Flichity (dam of Flichity By Farr), Half-sister to CURRENT EVENT, Techno Captain; dam of 5 previous foals; 4 runners; 4 winners including:
Neartic Dancer (09 c. by Go Deputy (USA)): 2 wins, R167,450, at 3, 1700 – 1800m, placed 5 times, inc. 2nd East Cape Derby, Gr.3.
New Spring (10 c. by Goldkeeper (USA)): 3 wins, R226,950, 1000 – 1200m, placed 20 times.
First Sign (11 g. by Count Dubois (GB)): 3 wins, R229,725, 1200 – 1400m, placed 12 times.
Bluestar Bridge (14 f. by Twice Over (GB)): winner, R53,750, at 3, 1600m, placed twice.

Updates – Eventidor

October 10th, 2021
He was slightly slow into stride and then raced from a handy position over 1400m on the Hollywoodbets Greyville turf track. He is still learning about racing and will be at his best over further. There is a lot more to come from the son of Elusive Fort. See the replay here.

September 29th, 2021
He made his debut over 1400m on the Hollywoodbets Greyville polytrack. He had to overcome a wide barrier position of ten, was settled at the rear of the field and finished his race off strongly. He will come on a lot with the run under his belt and should go close to winning next time. See the replay here.

February 22nd, 2021
Recently finished with his spelling career, he has now joined up with the Alyson Wright stable where he has settled in well and will now begin with a more intense training schedule to help him strengthen up.

November 25th, 2020
Recently purchased at the 2020 BSA National 2-Year Old Sale, he has joined up with Sally Bruss in the Western Cape where he will be placed for the remainder of his spelling career before he goes into full training early next year. Seen below before and during the sale.