Glen of Aherlow, a 6-year-old Rubiano mare in foal to Free House, was purchased by the Roses Stable for $44,000 to top Monday's first session of the Barretts Equine Ltd.'s October Mixed Sale. The mare was consigned by Blooming Hills, agent. Second-highest price of $41,000 was paid by Doni J. Biggs for Halo My Darlin, an 11-year-old mare in foal to Bertrando consigned by Narvick International as agent for the estate of the late Marshall Naify. Barretts reported 189 horses sold for a total of $1,045,800 and an average price of $5,533. The sale continues Tuesday... Elizabeth Aleta (Sam) Johnson, advertising director for the Horsemen's Journal, died Oct. 19 in Senath, Missouri as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident. Johnson, 39, was a horse breeder and owner who previously was associate editor/advertising manager for The Texas Thoroughbred magazine... Anjiz, who previously stood at Questroyal Stud near New Hampton, N. Y., will relocate to Solred Farms near Reddick, Fla. for the 2001 breeding season. The 12-year-old son of Nureyev will stand for a $3,000 fee...Procedures under which owners can be licensed under the national racing license format will be unveiled at 11:30 a.m. Thursday by the National Racing Compact. The announcement will be made by NRC chairman Robin Williams at Churchill Downs, where the NRC will be taking applications from owners wanting to participate in the multi-jurisdictional licensing procedure.