By Hayley LewallenNational Reining Horse AssociationNovember 8, 2013
Great Resolve, better known as "Einstein," is a 1997 red dun stallion by Great Red Pine and out of Silversnow Pinestep by Greyhound Step. (Photo courtesy of NRHA)
The National Reining Horse Association is excited to announce the newest member to its $1 million sire line-up, Great Resolve, aka "Einstein." Einstein is the 26th stallion to become a NRHA $1 million sire, putting him alongside the likes of Smart Spook, Colonels Smoking Gun (aka "Gunner") and Nu Chex To Cash, among many other greats.
Sired by Great Red Pine, a son of Great Pine, and out of Silversnow Pinestep, aka "Cow Patty," by Greyhound Step, the 1997 red dun stallion was bred by Randon Hamilton of Prosperity, Pennsylvania, and is owned by Bridgette Lanham Reiners of Valley View, Texas. During his successful show career, Einstein accumulated NRHA lifetime earnings of more than $139,000. Highlights of his show career include:
Einstein's top earning offspring include:
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