Guillermo Gracida Jr. has found a new place to ride in Santa Barbara County.
A corporate entity tied to the decorated polo player has bought an estate in Santa Ynez for $3.4 million. The property, which was built as a breeding and training facility, had been listed for as much as $4.95 million, records show.
Set behind iron gates, the approximately 45-acre estate includes a Tudor-style home, three barns, riding arenas and enough fenced pastures to contain a fleet of polo ponies.
The 3,078-square-foot house includes living spaces with beamed ceilings and hardwood floors, as well as a center-island kitchen and two fireplaces. There are four bedrooms and four…