10/25/2001 11:00PM

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Grade 2-winning millionaire Dixie Dot Com, who retired earlier this month after fracturing his left front cannon bone, will enter stud at Steve Sahadi's Cardiff Stud Farms in Atascadero, Calif., where he will stand for a fee of $6,000 in 2002. Sahadi said that Dixie Dot Com's owners, Mrs. Bart Heller and Mr. and Mrs. Don Chaiken, would retain full ownership of the horse, who would have a book of about 75 mares in 2002, including 30 to 35 mares owned by Heller and the Chaikens. . . . Thursday's Woodbine card was canceled after the fifth race because of high winds. . . . Marsha Naify, daughter of the late 505 Farm owner Marshall Naify, has purchased the Kentucky property, a 500-acre Thoroughbred farm and training facility, from the Naify Trust. The Naify family's longtime racing manager, Brad Martin, and bloodstock adviser Emmanuel de Seroux of Narvick International will consult on day-to-day operations at the farm.