LEXINGTON, Ky. &ndash; The Irving Cowan dispersal produced the $310,000 early session-leader Tuesday at Fasig-Tipton&rsquo;s October yearling sale, a Hard Spun filly out of Cowan&rsquo;s champion Hollywood Wildcat.\r\nLakland Farm purchased the filly, a three-quarter-sister to 2000 Breeders&rsquo; Cup Mile winner and sire War Chant. She also is a three-quarter-sister to Grade 1-placed Ivan Denisovich and a half-sibling to graded-placed Double Cat, Ministers Wild Cat, and Shintoh.\r\nThe Taylor Made agency consigned the filly as part of the Cowan dispersal&rsquo;s first phase at the Lexington auction.\r\nThe Hard Spun filly was the sale&rsquo;s most expensive yearling as of 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. The second session&rsquo;s highest-priced colt at that hour was a $100,000 Street Sense son out of the Grade 1-placed Louis Quatorze mare Good Student. Ciaran Dunne of Wavertree Stables bought the dark bay or brown colt from Hunter Valley Farm, agent.\r\nThe Street Sense colt was the Tuesday session&rsquo;s only other six-figure lot at that hour.\r\nOn Monday, the first of three sessions posted increases in gross receipts and average price, but the median fell. Fattened by a larger catalog, gross rose 57 percent as 224 yearlings grossed $3,078,000, and average also climbed 24 percent, from $11,065 to $13,741. Median slid 17 percent, falling from last year&rsquo;s opening-day figure of $6,000 to $5,000. Buy-backs remained level with last year&rsquo;s opening-day figure of 32 percent.\r\nMonday&rsquo;s session-topper was a $280,000 Tapit colt out of stakes-winner Classic Woman, by Storm Bird. Mark Casse, agent, bought the colt from Dapple Stud, agent. The bay colt is a half-brother to winners City Stormer and Unseen Evidence.