Lexington-Area Sport Horse Facility Split Rock Farm Sold

Derek Braun’s Split Rock Farm, just outside of Lexington, Ky., has sold to Michelle Norstrom’s Huntington Farm.

“Split Rock is the most highly-improved sport horse facility in the Bluegrass,” said Kirkpatrick & Co. President Zach Davis, who represented the seller in the transaction. “We were honored to have brokered the sale of such a phenomenal offering.”

Hill Parker of Turf Town Properties represented the buyer.

The property sold for $3,342,000.

Expertly developed over the past nine years, Split Rock lies along historic and picturesque Bryan Station Road. Minutes from The Kentucky Horse Park and downtown Lexington, the 40-plus-acre facility has 32 stalls in three barns, a six-horse Kraft walker, 120 x 220-foot ring with excellent footing, and finely-finished farm office space.

Paramount to the farm’s appeal are the remarkable 200 x 100-foot steel indoor arena with a custom fiber mix footing, and a 200 x 385-foot show arena that is suitable for the most discerning horsemen. Two residences and two apartments complete the farm.

In addition to brokering the sale of the Bryan Station Road facility, Kirkpatrick & Co. assisted in the purchase of Braun’s newest acquisition.

“Derek Braun is a preeminent horseman. In Split Rock, he lovingly combined his passion for excellence with his mastery of the sport. The result is the facility of any equestrian’s dreams,” Davis said. “We look forward to the development of his newest farm in Lexington.”

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