Wild Zone, one of the nation's leading sires of 2-year-olds, has been relocated to Ro Parra's Millennium Farms Kentucky near Lexington from Texas. A 50% interest in the 14-year-old son of Wild Again has been sold by Millennium to Mike Cavey.A 1:07.60 track-record setter at six furlongs, Wild Zone is represented by 15 juvenile winners this year, the fifth consecutive year he has reached double figures. This year's 2-year-olds, led by two-time stakes winner Berdelia, have earned nearly $500,000. For his career, Wild Zone has sired seven stakes winners, nine stakes-placed runners, and the earners of nearly $6.4 million. As a racehorse, Wild Zone won seven stakes and placed in six others during a career in which he earned $509,973.Cavey at one time was a partner in Wild Zone with Adelaide Riggs and Frank Stronach. Wild Zone, who was produced from Music Zone (by The Minstrel), formerly stood in Texas at Millennium Farms and Q6 Ranch. His fee is $5,000.The announcement of Wild Zone's relocation was made about a week after it was announced that Parra's grade II winner Even the Score would be returned to training. Even the Score was scheduled to enter stud at Millennium near Lexington.