OCEANPORT, N.J. &ndash; Lookin At Lucky had a quiet Thursday morning at Monmouth Park as he continues to recuperate from the slight fever he spiked after winning the $1 million Haskell Invitational on Sunday.\r\nThe Preakness winner, Lookin At Lucky is confined to stall rest in Kelly Breen&rsquo;s barn and is recovering nicely, according to veterinarian Dr. Bernie Dowd.\r\n&ldquo;It&rsquo;s a pretty hot time of the year,&rdquo; Dowd said. &ldquo;We want to make sure he&rsquo;s totally stable and normal. Then he can travel. He&rsquo;s a very healthy horse. He&rsquo;s bright and alert. He&rsquo;s doing well and he&rsquo;s in good hands.&rdquo;\r\nCaretaker Roberto Luna remained behind to care for Lookin At Lucky.\r\nDowd said it would be several days until Lookin At Lucky is cleared to travel.\r\nThe illness removes Lookin At Lucky from consideration for the Travers Stakes on Aug. 28 at Saratoga. Trainer Bob Baffert is considering the $1 million Pennsylvania Derby on Sept. 25 at Philadelphia Park as the colt&rsquo;s next start.\r\nLookin At Lucky, last season&rsquo;s juvenile champion, moved to the head of the 3-year-old division with his impressive win in the Haskell.