LEXINGTON, Ky. - Negligee, the first of three Grade 1 winners set to sell Monday at Keeneland&rsquo;s January sale, went for $625,000 to an unidentified buyer represented by agents Adrian Regan and Fergus Galvin of Hunter Valley Farm.\r\nHill 'n' Dale Sales agency sold the filly, Canada&rsquo;s champion juvenile filly in 2009.\r\nThe 4-year-old Northern Afleet filly sold as a broodmare prospect and is &quot;definitely retired,&quot; Galvin said.\r\nKEENELAND SALE: Live streaming video with catalog pages\r\n&quot;She&rsquo;s for an existing client of myself and Fergus's, and I don't know what the plans are yet,&quot; Regan said after signing the ticket. &quot;It was a little more than we wanted, but it was probably a fair price. You know, two years ago, she&rsquo;d have made a good bit more.&quot;\r\nNegligee won 2 of 9 starts, including the 2009 Alcibiades, and also placed in the Grade 2 Sands Point Stakes and two other stakes races. She earned $381,379.\r\nKEENELAND SALE: Updated results\r\nNegligee is out of the Relaunch stakes winner Naughty Notions. That mare also is the dam of stakes-placed Wild Notions.\r\nLater in the session, Grade 1 winners Wickedly Perfect and Ave were due to sell.\r\nThe January sale was to continue through Jan. 14 at the Keeneland sale pavilion in Lexingotn, with sessions starting daily at 10 a.m.