04/03/2002 12:00AM

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Canterbury Park has reported net income of more than $1.8 million for 2001, an increase of 116 percent from 2000. The increase is primarily owed to an increase in revenues from the Canterbury Card Club. . . . Topped by a $305,670 Sunday Silence-Laurel Avenue filly bought by Planette Thoroughbreds from the Arrowfield consignment, Wednesday's second day of the William Inglis company's three-day Easter yearling sale in Australia sold 82 yearlings, bringing the two-day total to 241 lots sold for $20,000,121. The average price for the first two days stands at $82,988, and the median is $58,476. . . . The Florida Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association has re-elected Linda Mills as its president, Jack T. Hammer as treasurer, and Kathleen O'Connell as secretary. Edward Plesa Jr. was elected vice president, and Rosemary Homeister Sr. was elected to a three-year term on the board of directors. . . . Youbet.com announced Wednesday that Charles F. Champion will be its new president and chief operating officer. Champion is the former president and publisher of Access Magazine, an Internet publication.