OCEANPORT, N.J. &ndash; I Want Revenge faces five rivals Saturday in the second start of his comeback, the Grade 3, $300,000 Phillip H. Iselin Stakes at Monmouth Park.\r\nNow 4 and in the care of trainer Rick Dutrow, I Want Revenge returned July 3 to run third in the Suburban Handicap at Belmont Park. The Suburban was the culmination of a long road back. The morning-line favorite for the 2009 Kentucky Derby, I Want Revenge was scratched on the morning of the race with a leg injury. The subsequent surgery threatened to end his career.\r\nJoe Bravo will be aboard Saturday, replacing regular rider Joe Talamo, who suffered a fractured wrist in a spill at Del Mar.\r\nThe remainder of the field for the 1 1/8-mile Iselin is Sir Whimsey, Our Edge, Duke of Mischief, Redding Colliery, and Salvator Mile winner Gone Astray.\r\nTrainer David Fawkes gave Duke of Mischief a breather following two tough races in a tight time span. The Oaklawn Handicap winner ran eighth in the Grade 1 Stephen Foster on June 12 at Churchill Down before heading to Monmouth for a second-place finish in the Salvator Mile on July 3.\r\nGone Astray, trained by Shug McGaughey, won the Salvator by five lengths. It was a paceless race, run in 50.11 seconds for the half-mile and 1:14.05 for the six furlongs.\r\n&ldquo;It was very strange,&rdquo; Fawkes said. &ldquo;Everything all day was speed, wire to wire. Earlier in the day, cheap horses were getting to the half in 47. I don&rsquo;t know what happened to the track. It just went dead.&rdquo;\r\nDuke of Mischief had his final breeze Saturday, a half-mile in 48.40.\r\n&ldquo;Even though the track was deep, he still had a nice work,&rdquo; Fawkes said. &ldquo;I was real happy with him.&rdquo;\r\nDubai Majesty&rsquo;s next start undecided\r\nDubai Majesty flew through the lane Sunday, edging the Todd Pletcher-trained West Ocean by a neck in Monmouth&rsquo;s Incredible Revenge Stakes for filly and mare turf sprinters.\r\n&ldquo;That turn of foot, the last eighth of a mile was incredible,&rdquo; winning trainer Bret Calhoun said. &ldquo;I never expected to be last down the backside and I wasn&rsquo;t planning on being last turning for home. Todd&rsquo;s filly is really impressive, and I thought we had a chance to beat her. I thought I would have first run, and she would have to catch me. I had no idea I would have to go get her.&rdquo;\r\nAnd get her she did, for Dubai Majesty&rsquo;s 10 career win and third on the turf. A 5-year-old, Dubai Majesty has tackled some of the top distaff sprinters on dirt and synthetic tracks. She is stakes-placed in Grade 1 races, a testimony to her versatility.\r\n&ldquo;We haven&rsquo;t had a lot of opportunities to sprint her on the grass because we&rsquo;ve been chasing some graded races with her,&rdquo; Calhoun said. &ldquo;We&rsquo;ve known for quite a while she has affinity for sprinting on the turf. We just didn&rsquo;t have a chance to do it much.&rdquo;\r\nNow comes one of the more pleasant challenges: deciding where to go next following a winning effort.\r\nOne option is the $200,000 Turf Amazon at five furlongs on Sept. 25 at Philadelphia Park. Dubai Majesty missed by a neck in last year&rsquo;s edition.\r\nAnother path under consideration is a pair of races on synthetics: the $400,000 Presque Isle Masters on Sept. 11 as a prep for the Grade 2 Thoroughbred Club of America Stakes on Oct. 9 at Keeneland.\r\n&ldquo;For broodmare value, it would be better for her to be a Grade 2 winner,&rdquo; said Calhoun who expects to make a decision in the next week.