LEXINGTON, Ky. &ndash; An $245,000 Indian Charlie filly who is closely related to two-time champion Indian Blessing led early selling Monday at Fasig-Tipton Kentucky&rsquo;s winter mixed sale here.\r\nSF Bloodstock purchased the dark bay or brown yearling from the Gainesway agency. The filly is out of the stakes-placed Matchlite mare Lady&rsquo;s Legacy, the second dam of Indian Blessing. Indian Blessing, also by Indian Charlie, was 2007&rsquo;s champion juvenile filly and 2008&rsquo;s champion female sprinter.\r\nThe session-leading filly sold as Hip No. 76.\r\nThe highest price for a mare at 3 p.m. was the $170,000 Paul Pompa, Jr., paid for the Hidden Brook agency&rsquo;s Hatta Diamond. Offered as Hip No. 39, the 7-year-old Street Cry mare was cataloged in foal to Bernardini and is a half-sister to stakes-placed Willow Chief and Sword Chief.\r\nThe session&rsquo;s highest-priced stallion season was lot number 171, a no-guarantee season to Medaglia d&rsquo;Oro that brought $78,000. Fasig-Tipton does not identify buyers of stallion seasons. Medaglia d&rsquo;Oro stands at Darley&rsquo;s Jonabell Farm this year for $100,000 stands and nurses.