LEXINGTON, Ky. &ndash; A day after WinStar Racing&rsquo;s racehorse consignment fueled gains, Keeneland&rsquo;s November breeding stock sale returned to more workaday prices at Wednesday&rsquo;s 10th session.\r\nA trio of weanlings held the top three spots by price at 3 p.m. Wednesday. The most expensive was a $50,000 colt from Tiz Wonderful&rsquo;s first crop of foals. A February foal, he sold to Cobra Farm from Spendthrift Farm&rsquo;s consignment (John and Frank Penn, agent). He is a son of the course record-setting Wild Again mare Roaming Wild.\r\nThe next two most expensive horses at that hour were both weanlings consigned by the Heaven Trees agency. One was a $42,000 Indygo Shiner-Bright Shining filly that Sarah and Ken Ramsey bought, and the other was a $35,000 Heatseeker-Andtheliviniseasy colt purchased by Walnut Hill Stable.\r\nThe leading mare at that hour also brought $35,000. Coastal Solace, a 5-year-old stakes-winner, sold to the Russian entity Raut, LLC, as a racing or broodmare prospect. Hidden Brook, agent, consigned the Coastal Storm mare. She has earnings of $444,442 from 8 wins in 23 starts. Most recently, she won this year&rsquo;s Ligature Stakes in Pennsylvania.\r\nOn Tuesday, WinStar Racing helped the ninth session produce increases in gross and average.\r\nSeven WinStar horses brought $100,000 or more, led by the $380,000 juvenile winner Funny Sunny. Mandy Pope&rsquo;s Whisper Hill Farm purchased the Sharp Humor filly, who won her first start, a Hoosier Park maiden race, by 2 1/4 lengths on Oct. 13. She is a half-sister to stakes-placed Awesome Launch.\r\nBelmont Stakes winner Da&rsquo; Tara also sold Tuesday, bringing $180,000 from Foye Genetics, agent. The Lane&rsquo;s End agency consigned Da&rsquo; Tara, a 5-year-old Tiznow horse.\r\nTuesday&rsquo;s session ended with 250 horses bringing $5,670,200, a 70-percent increase over last year&rsquo;s equivalent session gross for 236 horses. The average price also leaped 60 percent, from $14,139 to $22,681. But the median remained level with last year&rsquo;s figure at $10,000.\r\nCumulatively, the 13-day sale&rsquo;s first nine sessions sold 2,174 horses for a total of $141,815,800, down eight percent from last year&rsquo;s figure for 2,022 horses. The $65,233 average was down 14 percent, and the $25,000 median was 22 percent lower.\r\nThe sale was to continue through Nov. 20. Sessions begin daily at 10 a.m. in Keeneland&rsquo;s sale pavilion.