SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. &ndash; Though Coal Front most likely will make his next start in the Grade 1 H. Allen Jerkens Memorial on Aug. 26 at Saratoga, trainer Todd Pletcher said Sunday that he will keep all options open regarding the undefeated 3&#45;year&#45;old&rsquo;s next start.Coal Front ran his record to 3 for 3 with a 1 1/2&#45;length victory in last Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 2 Amsterdam Stakes at Saratoga. He has won his first three starts by a combined 10 3/4 lengths. Coal Front, a son of 2011 Travers winner Stay Thirsty, earned a 105 Beyer Speed Figure for the Amsterdam.Pletcher said the Allen Jerkens &ldquo;would make sense&rdquo; but added, &ldquo;We&rsquo;ll see how he does, keep all our options open for the moment.&rdquo;Coal Front has common ownership with Tapwrit, who is pointing to the Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers on the Aug. 26 card.Hunter O&rsquo;Riley eyes Kentucky DownsWhen trainer Jimmy Toner entered Hunter O&rsquo;Riley in last Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 3, $250,000 Bowling Green Handicap at Saratoga, he said he would have been happy had the horse finished third.But third wasn&rsquo;t good enough for the horse himself, who rallied by Bigger Picture and Sadler&rsquo;s Joy late to win the Bowling Green by a neck.&ldquo;Thrilled to death for him,&rdquo; Toner said. &ldquo;The horse tries all the time. He just gives you everything he&rsquo;s got. It worked out good &ndash; he got there. Great trip, great ride, and we got lucky.&rdquo;While the Bowling Green is the prep for the Grade 1, $1 million Sword Dancer here on Aug. 26, Toner said that race &ldquo;is a little salty.&rdquo; Instead, he may look to run Hunter O&rsquo;Riley, a Kentucky&#45;bred son of Tiz Wonderful, in the Grade 3, $600,000 Kentucky Turf Cup at Kentucky Downs on Sept. 9.Hunter O&rsquo;Riley earned a career&#45;best 104 Beyer Speed Figure in the Bowling Green.