02/07/2007 12:00AM

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Two-time Grade 3 winner Cambiocorsa, who was retired from racing recently, will be bred to the 2004 Horse of the Year, Ghostzapper, according to a release from Taylor Made Farm in Nicholasville, Ky. Cambiocorsa, a 5-year-old daughter of Avenue of Flags and Ultrafleet, won four stakes and earned $522,055. . . . Grade 2 winner Coin Silver, winner of the 2005 Lexington Stakes, has retired to stud after a career that saw him win 2 of 8 starts and earn $233,430. Coin Silver, a 5-year-old son of Anees, will stand for a private fee as a flat and National Hunt sire in Ireland at Windmill View Stud in County Galway. . . . The Barretts auction house in Pomona, Calif., has cataloged 200 juveniles to its March 20 select 2-year-old sale. Catalogs for the auction, which will be preceded by under-tack shows on March 12 and March 18, are available at www.barretts.com.