Bench Points, third in the Grade 2 San Felipe Stakes in his graded stakes debut on March 12, is expected to return in the $1 million Santa Anita Derby on April 9, trainer Tim Yakteen said.\r\nIn the San Felipe over 1 1/16 miles, Bench Points closed from eighth to finish nine lengths behind Premier Pegasus, who finished 7 3/4 lengths clear of runner-up Jaycito. For Bench Points, the champion California-bred 2-year-old colt of 2010, the San Felipe was his first loss in five starts.\r\nKENTUCKY DERBY NEWS: Track all the 3-year-olds on the Triple Crown trail\r\n&ldquo;We&rsquo;ll look extensively at the Santa Anita Derby and see how the field comes together,&rdquo; Yakteen said. &ldquo;I&rsquo;m nominated to everything. I&rsquo;ve got a million reasons to stay here.&rdquo;\r\nSadler said that Runflatout, who finished last of 10 in the San Felipe Stakes as the 5-2 second choice on March 12, is essentially off the Kentucky Derby trail. Sadler said that Runflatout emerged from the race with concern over the stifle, and that the $200,000 Cliff&rsquo;s Edge Derby Trial Stakes over a mile at Churchill Downs on April 30 could be the colt&rsquo;s next start.\r\nDaytona&rsquo;s comeback delayed again\r\nDaytona, a six-time stakes winner in 2007-08, was withdrawn from Friday&rsquo;s Joe Hernandez Stakes because of a bruised foot, Hendricks said. The Hernandez would have been Daytona&rsquo;s first start since a 10th in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Mile here in October 2008, a layoff caused by a variety of injuries.\r\nHendricks said the latest setback is likely to only postpone the 7-year-old gelding&rsquo;s comeback.\r\n&ldquo;We&rsquo;ve waited two and a half years, why not two and a half years and two weeks,&rdquo; Hendricks said.\r\n◗ Santa Anita is adding racing on Wednesdays to its calendar beginning this week, and will offer racing on a five-day a week basis, from Wednesday through Sunday, through the end of the meeting on April 17. The track has offered racing on a Thursday-through-Sunday basis for most weeks since Dec. 26.