OCEANPORT, N.J. &ndash; The Pennsylvania Derby on Sept. 25 will likely be the next spot for Afleet Again following a fourth-place finish in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga.\r\n&ldquo;He came out of the race great,&rdquo; trainer Butch Reid said on Wednesday. &ldquo;He went back to the track this morning at Philadelphia Park. He galloped a strong mile and a quarter, and looked good doing it.&rdquo;\r\nThe Travers was a solid bid, considering the big gray was hung wide around both turns. The rallying trip, with Cornelio Velasquez aboard, was exactly what Reid hoped for.\r\n&ldquo;I told the jock to take a nice little hold of him for the first part and just wait as long as you possibly could,&rdquo; Reid said. &ldquo;That&rsquo;s this horse&rsquo;s forte. He&rsquo;s got about a three-eighths of a mile run. If you use it too early, he&rsquo;ll flatten out like he did in the Haskell.\r\n&ldquo;I thought Cornelio did a really nice job. Unfortunately, when you do it like that, you get swung wide in a big field. I think that cost him a little bit. All in all, it was a good race.&rdquo;\r\nThe winner of the Grade 3 Withers at Aqueduct in April, Afleet Again spent most of his summer at Monmouth, where he ran three times in stakes. His best moment here was a closing second to Afleet Express in the Grade 3 Pegasus. He missed by less than a length in the Spend a Buck and ran fifth in the Haskell.\r\nAnd he&rsquo;s still learning.\r\nHe&rsquo;s still not a focused as we&rsquo;d like him to be,&rdquo; Reid said. &ldquo;We might change up his equipment maybe one more time and close up those blinkers a little bit. He&rsquo;s been running with a pretty open set, so maybe we can sharpen his focus with that.&rdquo;\r\nBreen looking for more turf spots\r\nIt&rsquo;s certainly not sour grapes. Not after trainer Kelly Breen ran 1-3 in Monmouth&rsquo;s Junior Champion Stakes on Sunday with A Brilliant Idea and Sleepless Dixie.\r\nBreen would still like to see Monmouth offer some prep opportunities for 2-year-olds to run on the grass here before thrusting them into the Junior Champion for fillies or the Continental Mile for colts, both at one mile on turf.\r\n&ldquo;We don&rsquo;t know if they&rsquo;ll like to run on it here, or if they just like to eat it,&rdquo; Breen said before the race.\r\nTurns out, they both settled in just fine on Monmouth&rsquo;s lawn.\r\nA Brilliant Idea had run twice before the Junior Champion, getting thirds on the turf at Belmont Park and on the main track here.\r\nSleepless Dixie was 1 for 3 going in, all main track sprints at Monmouth.\r\n&ldquo;For the first time ever being on the grass, Sleepless Dixie performed quite well,&rdquo; Breen said. &ldquo;Considering Monmouth doesn&rsquo;t offer a prep, she ran a pretty good race. That takes nothing away from A Brilliant Idea, who ran a great race.&rdquo;\r\nA Brilliant Idea will likely make her next start in either Pilgrim Stakes at Belmont on Oct. 3 or the Jessamine Stakes at Keeneland on Oct. 14 with an eye toward the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf.\r\nPair for Sapling\r\nBreen entered both Nacho Saint and Brother in Arms for the Grade 3, $150,000 Sapling Stakes for 2-year-olds on Saturday.\r\nNacho Saint, a maiden who has run seconc in all three starts, could win up here or in the Grade 1 Hopeful, the closing-day feature on Monday at Saratoga.\r\nThe Sapling field also includes Vengeful Wildcat, 2 for 2 at the meet including the Tyro Stakes, and Maybesomaybenot, the front running winner of the Grade 2 Sanford Stakes at Saratoga.