Ward reportedly received one six-figure payment against his outstanding debt with Ramsey and some minor amounts before the payments stopped coming. The trainer is expected to file his own motion for summary judgment next week in Jessamine Circuit Court. While Maker no longer has any of Ramsey's horses in his stable, Ward does and took the extra step last week of filing for an agister's lien on the Ramseys' horses in his care. This lien in essence gives ownership to Ward and prevents Ramsey from taking them. Ward filed his lien in Fayette County because the horses are stabled at Keeneland.