A $250,000 Tale of the Cat broodmare was the session-topper Saturday at the Keeneland November breeding stock auction&rsquo;s sixth session, which saw declines across the board.\r\nThrough Saturday, the 13-day auction had sold 1,385 horses for a total of $127,504,800, a drop of 9 percent from last year&rsquo;s sale at the same point. In 2009, the sale had sold 1,285 horses for $139,417,100, including the high-grossing 38-horse Overbrook Farm dispersal. This year&rsquo;s six-day average price was $92,061, which was 15 percent below the average price at the equivalent point in 2009, and the 2010 median of $45,000 was down 18 percent.\r\nThe 5-year-old session-topper Twisted Tale, a stakes-placed runner, was cataloged in foal to Indian Charlie. Totem Thoroughbreds purchased her from the Eaton Sales agency. Twisted Tale is a daughter of the Grade 2 winner and Grade 1-placed mare Call Now and earned $86,300 on the racetrack.\r\nThe session&rsquo;s second highest price overall, and highest weanling price, was the $245,000 that BG Stables paid for Coin Broker, a weanling Tapit colt out of Pay On Demand. The Taylor Made agency consigned March foal. The bay colt is a half-brother to Grade 2-placed Ransom Demanded and five other winners, and he is from the family of two-time Grade 1-placed Copper State.