Trainer Mark Glatt was uncertain of the immediate plans for Sharp Samurai, who was third in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Dirt Mile to Knicks Go after encountering traffic trouble in a rough run to the first turn.Sharp Samurai has proven he&rsquo;s equally adept on turf and dirt, so there are plenty of potential options in the weeks and months ahead for a horse who was second in the Grade 2 City of Hope Mile and Grade 2 Eddie Read in his two most recent grass races. But the most obvious immediate race, the Grade 2, $200,000 Seabiscuit at 1 1/16 miles on turf at Del Mar Nov. 28, is coming up a little quick, Glatt said.&ldquo;I don&rsquo;t know what I&rsquo;m going to do with him,&rdquo; Glatt said. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s pretty versatile, turf or dirt, but I haven&rsquo;t thought that far ahead with him. I don&rsquo;t think it&rsquo;s impossible he&rsquo;d run in the Seabiscuit, but it&rsquo;s not likely. That would mean running back in three weeks. We&rsquo;ll probably nominate and see how he&rsquo;s doing.&ldquo;He ran awfully hard at Keeneland, had a lot of trouble into the first turn. It was really unfortunate, because I think he&rsquo;d have been a clear second if that hadn&rsquo;t happened.&rdquo;Sharp Samurai, 6, is a gelding who has now won eight times in 23 starts, with 17 in&#45;the&#45;money finishes, for earnings of more than $1.1 million.Glatt is closing in on a personal milestone. He entered Friday&rsquo;s racing at Del Mar with 998 career victories, and had seven entrants combined at Del Mar Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.