Fasig-Tipton&rsquo;s Midlantic 2-year-old sale continued to show strength at the top Tuesday in its last of two sessions as a $600,000 Indian Charlie colt took over as price leader.\r\nThe EQB agency snapped up the bay Indian Charlie colt out of Bally Storm, by Summer Squall. Becky Thomas&rsquo;s Sequel Bloodstock agency sold the colt, who had worked an eighth-mile in the auction preview&rsquo;s second-fastest time of 10.2 seconds.\r\nOffered as Hip No. 492, the colt is from the family of Grade 2 winner Yarrow Brae. He was the sale-leader as of 3:30 p.m.\r\nThree other juveniles had brought $200,000 or more at that point in the auction. They were Hip No. 409, a $300,000 More Than Ready-Uncork filly that agent Lynne Boutte sold to Mandy Pope&rsquo;s Whisper Hill Farm; Hip No. 403, a $240,000 More Than Ready-Trippi Street colt that David and Katie McKathan&rsquo;s M &amp; H Training and Sales agency sold to Kingsbury Stables; and Hip No. 483, a $200,000 Forest Grove-Asheville colt that Pike Racing, agent, sold to Charles J. Cella.\r\nMonday&rsquo;s opening session at the Timonium, Md., fairgrounds sold 161 horses for $7,466,600 (including private sales), resulting in an average price of $46,376 and a $25,000 median. Last year&rsquo;s single-day auction sold 273 juveniles for a combined $13,099,500, resulting in a $47,984 average and a $27,000 median. Buy-backs were up slightly on Monday, rising from last year&rsquo;s sale total of 13 percent to 26 percent.\r\nMonday&rsquo;s session-topper was a $390,000 Malibu Moon filly who is a half-sister to champion turf horse Paradise Creek, Forbidden Apple, Wild Event, and Paradise River, dam of English champion David Junior. Bob Baffert bought her from Bridlewood Farm&rsquo;s agency.\r\nThe Malibu Moon filly was one of 19 juveniles who brought six figures at Monday&rsquo;s opener, and one of three who sold for $250,000 or more.