\r\nLEXINGTON, Ky. &ndash; The Keeneland January horses of all ages sale struggled to produce six-figure horses Wednesday as prices continued to tail off.\r\nThe five-day sale&rsquo;s third session followed two sessions that showed cumulative increases over last year&rsquo;s first two days. The major contributing factor: Monday&rsquo;s sale of Grade 1 winners Ave, Wickedly Perfect, and Negligee for $1.4 million, $800,000, and $625,000, respectively. By comparison, Wednesday&rsquo;s highest price at 3:15 p.m. was $85,000. Farnsworth Farm spent that for Suroof, a 4-year-old Empire Maker filly consigned as a racing or broodmare prospect.\r\nShadwell Farm was Suroof&rsquo;s consignor. The bay daughter of Amber Token is from the family of Plugged Nickle, Token Dance, and Gator Dancer.\r\nKEENELAND SALE: Live video from the auction ring | Updated results\r\nThe top yearling price at that hour was $43,000 for a chestnut Street Boss colt out of the Meadowlake mare Merit. Josham Farms, agent, purchased him. Consigned by Baccari Bloodstock, the colt is a half-brother to stakes-placed winner Quite a Rush. He is from Street Boss&rsquo;s first crop. The colt is an April 29, 2010, foal.\r\nOn Tuesday, the auction&rsquo;s second session sold 205 horses for $8,912,600, down 22 percent from last year&rsquo;s one-day total for 228 horses. The average price of $43,476 was 13 percent lower. As on Monday, the median was level with last year at $20,000. Buybacks were up slightly, from last year&rsquo;s 22 percent to 24 percent.\r\nBut thanks to hefty increase at Monday&rsquo;s opening session, the 2011 auction&rsquo;s first two sessions together showed increases in gross and average. Gross was up 9 percent, while average rose 13 percent. Cumulatively, the first two sessions sold 392 horses for $19,600,200, resulting in an average of $50,001. The cumulative median was $20,000, on a par with last year&rsquo;s.\r\nBuybacks for the two days increased, rising from 26 percent to 30 percent.\r\nTuesday&rsquo;s session-topper was multiple graded winner and broodmare prospect Secret Gypsy. Shadai Farm bought her from Eaton Sales, agent.\r\nThe Keeneland January all-ages sale was to continue through Friday at Keeneland&rsquo;s sale pavilion. Sessions begin 10 a.m. each day.