05/19/2013 11:03AM

Einstein sires first winner at Lone Star Park


Multiple Grade 1 winner and freshman sire Einstein was represented by his first winner on Saturday when E Equalsmcsquared won a maiden claiming race at Lone Star Park.

The dark bay or brown filly, out of stakes-placed winning Conquistador Cielo mare Prairie Spring, drew away to win by 7 ¾ lengths, covering 4 1/2 furlongs in :53.51 seconds in her second career start.

Einstein, an 11-year-old son of Spend a Buck, stands at Adena Springs Kentucky in Paris, Ky., for an advertised fee of $7,500. He is represented by 40 juveniles in his first crop.

Einstein was a versatile competitor in the handicap division during his five seasons of racing, winning graded stakes races on dirt, turf and synthetic surfaces. He was a seven-time graded stakes winner, taking multiple editions of the Grade 1 Woodford Reserve Turf Classic Stakes as well as the Grade 1 Santa Anita Handicap, the Gulfstream Park Turf Stakes, the Gulfstream Park Breeders’ Cup Stakes, and the Grade 2 Clark Handicap.

In total, Einstein won 11 of 30 career races for earnings of $2,945,238.

Bred in Brazil by Fazenda Mondesir, Einstein is out of the multiple Brazilian Group 1-winning Ghadeer mare Gay Charm, who produced three winners from nine foals to race, including Brazilian Group 3-placed winner Veracite.