11/12/2001 12:00AM

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As of 5 p.m. Monday, a $92,000 stallion prospect, Casanova Star, by A.P. Indy, was the session-leader on day eight of Keeneland's 10-day November breeding stock auction in Lexington. The Sunday session sold 280 lots for a total of $6,086,100. The average price was $21,736, and median was $15,000. . . . Multiple Grade 2 winner Middlesex Drive (Pine Bluff-York Woods, by Mining) has arrived at Dunhill Stud in Reddick, Fla., where he will stand in 2002 for $2,500. A 6-year-old horse, he earned $746,819 from a record of 28-7-7-4, including a third-place finish in the Grade 1 Manhattan Handicap in 1999. . . . Youbet.com announced Monday that its chief executive officer and chairman, Robert Fell, had resigned his post as CEO. Chief operating officer Ron Luniewski and chief financial officer Phillip Hermann were appointed by the company's board of director to succeed Fell.