One day after showing increases in gross and average but a significant downturn in median price, Fasig&#45;Tipton Midlantic&rsquo;s Eastern fall yearling auction entered its second and final day Wednesday with a session&#45;leading $150,000 Corinthian colt.Paramount Sales, agent, sold the bay colt to Dell Ennis. The colt is out of Silver Deputy&rsquo;s stakes&#45;winning daughter Silver Lace. He is a half&#45;brother to the winner Angel in Lace, by Fusaichi Pegasus.A pair of Bluegrass Cat colts were the other two yearlings to bring six figures at that point. James Moloney bought a $135,000 son of Number One Girl, by Tiznow. Paramount Sales, agent, was the consignor. The chestnut colt is from the immediate family of stakes&#45;winner Quick Draw. Farther back his family includes champion Heartlight No. One and millionaire Grade 1 winner Soul of the Matter.Amy Tarrant signed for the other Bluegrass Cat colt, a $120,000 bay son of the Affirmed mare Serenity Jane. He is a half&#45;brother to a pair of Maryland stakes&#45;placed runners, Mojodajo and Man in Grey.A $250,000 After Market colt topped Tuesday&rsquo;s opening session.The colt, Hip No. 103, sold to Jay Em Ess Stable from Mr. and Mrs. Rick Abbott&rsquo;s Charlton consignment. The chestnut son of Christmas Strike, by Smart Strike, is a half&#45;brother to stakes&#45;winner Double Down Vinman and to a pair of stakes&#45;placed runners, No Passing Zone and Holy Christmas. He&rsquo;s from the family of Grade 1 winner Christmas Kid.The opening session ended with 207 yearlings fetching a combined $3,236,300, a 27 percent increase from last year&rsquo;s total for 197 yearlings. Average price also climbed, rising 21 percent to $15,634. But median slumped, falling 19 percent to $5,000. Buybacks were 27 percent, as compared to 26 percent at the equivalent session last year.The Eastern fall yearling sale was to continue through Oct. 6.