LEXINGTON, Ky. &ndash; Audrey Haisfield&rsquo;s bankrupt Stonewall Farm entities have filed a motion to sell A. P. Warrior, its remaining interests in income from Leroidesanimaux, and its interest in stud-fee income from deceased champion Lawyer Ron. The proposed buyer is Family Broodmares, a Florida-based company whose managing partner is Haisfield&rsquo;s son, Marc.\r\nIn a motion filed Dec. 28 in a Kentucky bankruptcy court, five Stonewall entities sought the court&rsquo;s approval for the sale and also for Stonewall&rsquo;s plan to transfer interests in 12 stallion shares to major creditor Chase Bank. Those stallion interests are in A.P. Indy, Indian Charlie, El Corredor, Mutakddim, Syncline, Wiseman&rsquo;s Ferry, You and I, Seeking the Gold, Out of Place, Red Ransom, Zavata, and Theatrical.\r\nIn November, Stonewall sold its 92 percent interest in Leroidesanimaux, not including receivables such as breeders&rsquo; awards and 2010 stud-fee payments, to another Marc Haisfield-managed entity, Palm Beach Stallions I, for $715,000. According to this latest purchase agreement, Family Broodmares has offered $510,000 for a package including Stonewall&rsquo;s interests in accounts receivable for Leroidesanimaux; the stallion A. P. Warrior (including receivables); a 35 percent interest currently held by Chase in stud-fee receivables for Lawyer Ron; and other interests in Lawyer Ron income that currently are the subject of a pending lawsuit involving Stonewall and Chase and Fifth Third banks, two of Stonewall&rsquo;s largest creditors. Chase will release its liens on the stallion assets.\r\nAccording to the purchase agreement, A. P Warrior will continue to stand at Stonewall Farm Ocala, where he&rsquo;s advertised with a $6,000 fee. Leroidesanimaux also stands there for $7,500.\r\n&ldquo;At the conclusion of the sale, the debtors will still have pending litigation to conclude with Fifth Third Bank relating to A. P. Warrior, Leroidesanimaux, and Lawyer Ron stud-fee receivables, which are the subject of a pending adversary proceeding between the debtor, Fifth Third bank, and Chase Bank,&rdquo; the court documents noted.\r\nUnder the proposed agreement between the Stonewall entities, Family Broodmares, and Chase, Stonewall will turn over most of the $510,000 from the sale to Chase. Chase will allow Stonewall to retain $30,000 for its continued operations. Stonewall also will receive $5,000 from the purchase price to transfer its claim on 19.2 percent of stud-fee receivables for Lawyer Ron, subject to the outcome of the lawsuit; Fifth Third Bank has contested Stonewall&rsquo;s claim to Lawyer Ron income. Family Broodmares will pay Stonewall&rsquo;s costs in that lawsuit.\r\nChase has agreed to the proposed sale, which must be approved by the court. A hearing is set for Jan. 26 in Lexington.\r\nStonewall shuttered its Kentucky operation last year in the wake of three major bank lawsuits over alleged unpaid loans. In addition to Chase&rsquo;s $7 million suit against the operation, Harleysville National Bank, now Stone Wall Acquisition, won a $16 million judgment and Fifth Third won a $14.7 million judgment against Stonewall. A number of Stonewall-related entities have filed for bankruptcy, including three in Florida and five in Kentucky.