Einsteins Revolution has been a part of Wagner and Vandorp’s life for 10 years. Ruben Vandorp and Christian Wagner’s dream was to own a horse that could revolutionize the reining industry. While they could never completely part with the standout individual, they decided that in order for Einsteins Revolution to fulfill his destiny, he had to stand with some of the most reputable stallions in the industry.
The partnership for Einsteins Revolution with Silver Spurs Equine seemed obvious for Wagner and Vandorp, and the deal was made in five minutes. The horse had three Level 4 Open finalists and one Level 2 Open finalist at the 2013 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity. The new partnership was announced the morning of the Open finals in Oklahoma City, Okla., where the Level 4 finalists earned around $40,000.
“We have been watching the progress of Einstiens Revolution and his offspring for some time,” said Silver Spurs Equine’s Michael and Michelle Miola. “We are thrilled with his foals and very excited to stand ‘Junior’ with our ‘Perfect 10 Stallions.’ From now on, our incredible stallion line up will be known as ‘Michelle’s Eleven.’”
Einsteins Revolution has three performance foal crops on the ground. To date, he has sired more than 50 futurity/derby champions. His offspring have won events in the United States, Europe, Canada, Australia and Mexico.
Junior’s offspring earnings are more than $445,000, according to the NRHA, with more than $200,000 being earned in 2013. This put him in eighth place on the 2012 NRHA Leading Sires list, making him the youngest stallion in the top ten.