SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - The status of two 3-year-olds nominated to Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 1 King&rsquo;s Bishop remained uncertain on Tuesday as both Mike Maker, who trains the Brazilian import Uareoutlaw, and Mike Stidham, who campaigns Grade 3 winner Comedero, were still up in the air regarding their status for the seven-furlong fixture.\r\n&ldquo;We were kind of hoping the race might come up a short field and he&rsquo;d have a chance to get Grade 1 stakes-placed,&rdquo; Maker said regarding Uareoutlaw, who was purchased privately in Brazil earlier this year by owner F. Thomas Conway. &ldquo;Right now our main goal with him is the Indiana Derby, and I am hoping to get a race into him before then.&rdquo;\r\nUareoutlaw was a Grade 1 winner in his native Brazil before joining Maker&rsquo;s barn earlier this summer.\r\nStidham said a final decision regarding the King&rsquo;s Bishop for Comedero would be made shortly before entries are drawn on Wednesday.\r\n&ldquo;The other possibility is to go to Philadelphia Park for a two-turn stakes, which looks like an easier spot,&rdquo; said Stidham, referring to the mile-and-70-yard Smarty Jones on Sept. 6. &ldquo;What I don&rsquo;t want to do is get hooked on the front end going seven furlongs in the King&rsquo;s Bishop and then have a horse like Discreetly Mine sitting on his heels.&rdquo;\r\nComedero had his five-race win streak snapped when he ran second as the 1-2 favorite on Aug. 8 in Monmouth&rsquo;s Select Stakes.\r\nMaker and Stidham&rsquo;s final decision could also hinge on which direction the connections of Trappe Shot choose to go Saturday, either in the King&rsquo;s Bishop or Travers. That choice was expected to be announced Wednesday.\r\nDiscreetly Mine figures to be favored in the seven-furlong King&rsquo;s Bishop even if Trappe Shot runs. Other confirmed starters include D&rsquo; Funnybone, Hurricane Ike, In Jack&rsquo;s Memory, and Thiskyhasnolimit. Bulldogger also remains possible for the race.\r\nD&rsquo; Funnybone worked four furlongs in 49.66 seconds under jockey Edgar Prado over a good main track here on Tuesday. He was one of several key members of trainer Richard Dutrow Jr.&rsquo;s barn to work immediately after the renovation break on Tuesday.