09/09/2002 12:00AM

Crown Attorney colt tops Canadian-bred sale


ETOBICOKE, Ontario - A $110,000 colt from the first crop of graded turf stakes winner Crown Attorney highlighted the open sessions of the Fasig-Tipton Sale of Canadian-bred yearlings, held Friday and Saturday at the Woodbine Sales Pavilion.

Molinaro Stable, with Richard Hogan as agent, purchased the sale topper, who is a half-brother to stakes winner Forever Grand and stakes-placed Bound to Astound. Janet Motz was the consignor.

A total of 162 yearlings sold for $2,033,200 at the open sessions. The average was $12,551, and the median was $8,500. A total of 83 were listed as not sold.

Two yearlings realized $50,000 each - a Glitterman colt purchased by Mark Casse, agent, and a Great Gladiator filly bought by agent Jeff Begg.