About Stonewall Farm

Strategically located in the heart of the Thoroughbred industry, Stonewall Farm is situated on 262 lush acres and adjoins Lane’s End a division of Airdrie Stud.

The farm has been home to a number of famous horses including 2007 American Champion Lawyer Ron, 2005 American Champion Leroidesanimaux, and stakes winners A. P. Warrior, Marquetry, Doneraile Court, Da Stoops, and Medaglia d’Oro, who sired 2009 Preakness Stakes winner Rachel Alexandra.

Stonewall Farm is as steeped in rich tradition as a bluegrass farm can be while boasting to be one of the most highly improved, state-of-the-art horse farm on the market. Stonewall received its name from the grand old stone wall (one of only two dated in Kentucky) that graces the front of the farm.

Built in the late 1700’s, this 6,525 square foot home has been totally restored with complementary additions and brick porches. An elaborate crushed brick courtyard with a fountain and walkways connect the extensive farm office to the 13 stall stallion barn—built for Champion sire Medaglia d’Oro—and the state-of-the-art breeding shed.

Ten additional barns with 121 stalls are strategically located throughout the property—all of which are recently built or refurbished. A 7-furlong gallop is currently in use on the farm, and there is a training division on the farm allocated for the breaking and training of young horses. Auxiliary housing consists of a 1 1/2 story log home (now a duplex), a guest house, and four employee houses.