Though Rattlesnake Bridge was on the same flight that brought Uncle Mo from south Florida to New York, that&rsquo;s as close as his connections want to get to the defending 2-year-old champion for the near future.\r\nWhile Uncle Mo will run in Saturday&rsquo;s $1 million Wood Memorial, Rattlesnake Bridge is being pointed the Grade 2, $150,000 Jerome here on April 24.\r\n&ldquo;We feel it might be the right spot,&rsquo;&rsquo; trainer Kiaran McLaughlin said. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s a great spot, it&rsquo;s a one-turn mile. If we were to run big or win it maybe we could run in the Preakness.&rsquo;&rsquo;\r\nMcLaughlin also said that Riviera Cocktail, runner-up to Little Mike in the Appleton Stakes at Gulfstream last weekend, could be a candidate for the Grade 3, $100,000 Fort Marcy Stakes at Belmont on May 7.\r\nSamyn back on horses\r\nJean-Luc Samyn, who lost the tops of his index and middle finger of his right hand in a snow-blowing accident in February, got on horses earlier in the week and is hoping to return to race-riding before the end of the Aqueduct meet.\r\nSamyn said he got on a couple of horses for John Hertler on Wednesday and said things went fine. Samyn said he was scheduled to get on a couple of more horses Sunday morning.\r\n&ldquo;I did quite well, moving forward,&rsquo;&rsquo; Samyn said. &ldquo;The way you hold the reins, everything is there. It was even better than I thought. I&rsquo;m going to work hard to get back before Aqueduct closes.&rsquo;&rsquo;\r\nSamyn, 54, said he has maintained his fitness by jogging and exercising every day.