09/03/2013 4:32PM

Stonewall Farm in Central Kentucky sold for $7.5 million

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Stonewall Farm in Midway., Ky., once home to such stallions as Medaglia d’Oro and Leroidesanimaux, has sold for $7.5 million to an entity called Stonewall Dominion LLC, according to the Paulick Report.

Formerly E. K. Gaylord II’s Gaillardia Farm, the property sold in 2004 for $4.5 million to Audrey and Richard Haisfield, who first named it NeverTell and then Stonewall Farm. The Haisfields opened Stonewall’s stallion division after relocating Medaglia d’Oro, Doneraile Court, and Marquetry from Hill ’n’ Dale Farm. But Cincinnati Capital Corporation took over the property three years ago after winning a $16 million bankruptcy court judgment against several Haisfield- and Stonewall-related entities. In late 2010, Cincinnati Capital put the farm on the market for $10.75 million.

The Haisfields sold Medaglia d’Oro to Darley Stud in 2009, and other Stonewall stallions now stand in Ocala, Fla.

Stonewall Dominion purchased five tracts totaling about 270 acres from Stone Wall Acquisition, an entity affiliated with Cincinnati Capital. Jose Louis Espinoza represented Stonewall Dominion, a limited liability company established on July 19 by Samuel G. Carneal, an attorney in Lexington, according to the Paulick Report. The real estate deal was brokered by Justice Real Estate and Turf Town Properties.