A share in Deputy Commander brought the top price of $150,000 during the Stallion Access November sale of select seasons and shares Friday night in Lexington. The most expensive season sold, at $100,000, was to Seeking the Gold.
Fasig-Tipton reported that 36 no-guarantee seasons for 2004 were sold for a gross of $827,200 and an average of $22,978. Six shares sold for a gross of $195,500 and an average of $32,583.
Six of the 42 seasons were bought back while two of the eight shares failed to find buyers.