WHO&rsquo;S HOT\r\nLast weekend&rsquo;s unpredictable set of results caused a slew of changes to this week&rsquo;s top 20 of Derby Watch. The most notable newcomer is Toby&rsquo;s Corner, the Wood Memorial winner, who leapfrogged all the way to the fourth choice, at 10-1, on the Kentucky Derby future line set by Mike Watchmaker, Daily Racing Form&rsquo;s national handicapper. Midnight Interlude, the Santa Anita Derby winner, also made the list, and is 15-1. Both Comma to the Top (30-1) and Stay Thirsty (40-1) have returned, since they have enough graded stakes earnings and their connections are still pointing to the Derby. Because of the loss of Uncle Mo in the Wood, Watchmaker has a new favorite, with Dialed In now on top at 4-1.\r\nWHO&rsquo;S NOT\r\nAnthony&rsquo;s Cross, Silver Medallion, To Honor and Serve, and Watch Me Go all were removed from the list, owing to disappointing performances (Anthony&rsquo;s Cross and Watch Me Go), injury (To Honor and Serve), or insufficient earnings (Silver Medallion). In an attempt to get more graded cash, there is a chance Silver Medallion could come back next weekend in the Coolmore Lexington Stakes. Uncle Mo, favored since this list first came out in February, is now the second choice at 5-1 after being 5-2 a week ago.\r\nON THE BUBBLE\r\nBoth J P&rsquo;s Gusto and Sway Away were once on this list and could return depending on how they perform Saturday in the Arkansas Derby, which has a $1 million purse. The Blue Grass Stakes also could put a new horse on the list, what with first place worth $450,000.