A Sultry Song mare carrying a Curlin foal commanded the $105,000 top price at Tuesday's first session of the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's winter mixed auction.\nThe consignor-preferred session in Ocala, Fla., began the two-day auction with a decline in gross receipts but gains in average and median price. Tuesday's session sold 94 horses for $918,700, a drop of 37 percent from last year's opening day, when 168 horses sold in a larger catalog. But the average rose 13 percent, from last year's figure of $8,632 to $9,773. The median price climbed 24 percent, from $4,100 last year to $5,100. But buy-backs, which at OBS now include horses who do not receive a bid, also increased from last year's 28 percent (including no-bids) to 32 percent.\nSultry Song's 4-year-old daughter East Long Lake was the top seller Tuesday on that $105,000 bid from Mary K. Haire. Kaizen Sales, agent, consigned East Long Lake, a half-sister to five stakes performers, including Grade 3 winners OK By Me and D J's Rainbow, as well as to the stakes-producing mare Aesthete.\nEast Long Lake is unraced and is out of the Inverness Drive winner Antoinetta.\nThe auction was to continue Wednesday with its second and final day, an open session.