ANDERSON, Ind. &ndash; Bob Baffert declined to quantify Lookin At Lucky&rsquo;s readiness. It probably doesn&rsquo;t matter. The colt seems good enough &ndash; even at less than 100 percent &ndash; to prevail in an otherwise nondescript field Saturday in the Indiana Derby at Hoosier Park. And the race is an obvious means to an end, a bridge to get Lookin At Lucky past his post-Haskell setback and to the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Classic in top shape.\r\n&ldquo;This is a good prep for the Classic,&rdquo; Baffert said earlier this week from California. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s ready to run, I&rsquo;ll say that. He&rsquo;s trained well here. He should be able to win this race.&rdquo;\r\nLookin At Lucky briefly fell ill following his Aug. 1 Haskell win, leading Baffert to take it easy with him for nearly a month. The first of Lookin At Lucky&rsquo;s four workouts approaching the Indiana Derby was Sept. 8.\r\nThe natural dirt track at Hoosier is a seven-furlong oval with turns that might be fairly described as hairpin. Baffert took the bullring-like configuration into consideration when he settled on the Indiana Derby as the final pre-Classic prep for Lookin At Lucky. He said he is simply hoping the race will help bring Lookin At Lucky to peak fitness for what will be a far more demanding task Nov. 6 at Churchill Downs.\r\n&ldquo;It&rsquo;s a smaller track there at Hoosier, but he&rsquo;s a really handy horse,&rdquo; Baffert said. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s got great acceleration, and he should handle those turns very well.&rdquo;\r\nBaffert will be at Hoosier for the race, along with the three men who co-own Lookin At Lucky &ndash; Mike Pegram, Karl Watson, and Paul Weitman.\r\nLookin At Lucky will be flown back to California on Monday, then resume training toward the Classic at Hollywood Park.\r\n&ldquo;We won&rsquo;t bring him to Churchill until the week of the Breeders&rsquo; Cup,&rdquo; Baffert said. &ldquo;We&rsquo;ll run him right off the plane.&rdquo;\r\nUareoutlaw will show what he&rsquo;s made of\r\nThe unknown factor in the Indiana Derby is Uareoutlaw, the reigning Brazilian 2-year-old champion and a Group 1 winner in his native land in his last start in late June. Louisville attorney Tom Conway privately purchased the colt before a runner-up finish in May.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s kind of a laid back horse, does everything we ask of him,&rdquo; said trainer Mike Maker, who will saddle the colt for his North American debut. &ldquo;I&rsquo;ve watched some of his races from Brazil, and although he closed in them, I think he&rsquo;ll probably show more speed for us. I think he&rsquo;ll be in a stalking position Saturday.&rdquo;\r\nMaker laughed when asked about taking on the likes of Lookin At Lucky right away.\r\n&ldquo;We&rsquo;re starting at the top,&rdquo; he said, &ldquo;and we&rsquo;ll work our way down if we have to.&rdquo;\r\nNo Indiana Derby mount for Albarado\r\nRobby Albarado, recently back from a collarbone and hand injury suffered in a Saratoga spill, will be here to ride Saturday, but he won&rsquo;t have a chance to extend his record for most wins in Indiana Derby history. Albarado has the mount on Seeking the Title in the supporting feature, the Indiana Oaks, but doesn&rsquo;t have a ride in the main event.\r\nAlbarado won the Indiana Derby in 1998 with One Bold Stroke, in 2001 on Orientate, and in 2007 with Zanjero.\r\n◗ Dean Kutz, the popular Midwest jockey who died in 2004 at age 48, will be remembered Saturday with a day-long fund-raising effort through T-shirt and memorabilia sales, along with silent and live actions. Proceeds benefit the United Way and the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation. Kutz won the first Indiana Derby in 1995 aboard Peruvian.\r\n◗ Hoosier is looking to boost attendance Saturday by rewarding members of its frequent player program, Club Centaur, with $10 in slots money.