LEXINGTON, Ky. &#45; Audrey and Richard Haisfield&rsquo;s Stonewall Thoroughbred operation will relocate its stallions to Ocala, Fla., after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy for five of their Stonewall&#45;related entities.Stonewall attorney John Hamilton said during a hearing in Fayette Circuit Court on Tuesday that the couple are working with JPMorgan Chase Bank, which filed suit against them last week for $7 million, alleging Stonewall and the related entities had defaulted on a series of loans. The bank had requested that the court appoint a receiver to sell the stallions, but the bankruptcy filing forestalls that request. The Haisfields will move A. P. Warrior and Leroidesanimaux &ndash; which Chase had sought to seize and sell &ndash; to Stonewall Stallions Ocala along with Doneraile Court, Unforgettable Max, and Strong Contender. Stonewall Farms Ocala, the former Hidden Point Property, already stands Da Stoops, It&rsquo;s No Joke, British Blue, Frisco Star, and Spellbinder.The Haisfields purchased 85&#45;acre Hidden Point last September for $3 million.&ldquo;In essence, the stallion breeding interests of the farm are continuing,&rdquo; Hamilton said. &ldquo;The entities that didn&rsquo;t file [for Chapter 11] own 2&#45;year&#45;olds, yearlings, weanlings, mares that we are arranging to let Chase Bank take and sell. The plan is to relocate the stud business to the farm in Ocala. . . . They&rsquo;re trying to continue the business and pay back their loans. The easy way out is to say, &lsquo;Here are the keys to the barn, and we&rsquo;re gone,&rsquo; but they&rsquo;re not doing that.&rdquo;Hamilton said Stonewall Farm&rsquo;s Kentucky property, the former Gaillardia Farm near Midway, would likely be sold. It is now operating on a staff he estimated to be fewer than 10 employees.The broodmare division, covering about 112 acres, currently is listed with real&#45;estate agent Bill Justice for $3.8 million.Chase&rsquo;s attorney, Walt Robertson of Stites & Harbison in Lexington, said the bank would not comment on pending litigation.Hamilton said the entities that filed for bankruptcy Tuesday own the stallions A. P. Warrior and champion Leroidesanimaux; 2009 stud fee income from interests it held in Stonewall&rsquo;s late stallion Lawyer Ron and Airdrie Stud stallion Indian Charlie; and a half&#45;share in Lane&rsquo;s End sire A.P. Indy.In May, Fifth Third sued Stonewall, Audrey Haisfield, and related entities, alleging default on more than $14.8 million in loans. Bluewater Sales is the receiver in that case and is handling the sale of 145 horses.