LEXINGTON, Ky. - Fasig-Tipton&rsquo;s October yearling sale ended Wednesday with a $130,000 colt by leading freshman sire Congrats at the top of the session&rsquo;s prices.\r\nThe three-day Lexington auction ended with 690 yearlings sold for an aggregate $9,395,300, up 19 percent from last year&rsquo;s total for 566 horses. Average price showed only a negligible decrease, falling from last year&rsquo;s $13,949 to $13,616. But median price fell more noticeably, by 17 percent, from $6,000 last season to $5,000. Buybacks were at 29 percent, up from last year&rsquo;s figure of 25 percent.\r\nWednesday&rsquo;s session-topping Congrats colt , a son of the stakes-placed Vigors mare White Ruffle, sold to Sunset Stables from the Hill &rsquo;n&rsquo; Dale consignment. The dark bay or brown colt is a half-brother to four winners, including the $159,314 earner Dynawhite.\r\nThe Congrats colt was one of nine horses to bring $100,000 or more at the sale. The sale-topper, sold Tuesday, was a $310,000 Hard Spun filly out of champion Hollywood Wildcat which Lakland Farm purchased out of phase one of Irving Cowan&rsquo;s dispersal. Taylor Made Sales was the consignor.\r\nThree of those six-figure horses sold at Wednesday&rsquo;s final session. In addition to the session-topper, they were a $105,000 Afleet Alex-Summer Forest filly which agent Bo Hunt bought from the Darby Dan Farm consignment, and a $100,000 Mr. Greeley-Stormy Venus colt which Pacific Ocean Stables bought from the Woodford Thoroughbreds consignment.