OCEANPORT, N.J. - Lord Justice set the pace in the Wood Memorial, carrying the day until I Want Revenge and five others swept past in the lane.\nThe colt's next start was Saturday at Monmouth Park in the $70,000 Spend a Buck Stakes for 3-year-olds. Same tactics, but a much different outcome for the Stronach Stables homebred.\nEmerging with the lead on the first turn, Lord Justice ($15.60) was never headed the rest of way, holding off Santana Six by a half-length with It Happened Again, the 2-1 favorite, third.\n"I'm surprised nobody challenged him," said Anthony Sciametta, the New Jersey-based assistant for trainer Todd Pletcher. "When you let this horse get away, he's tough."\nLord Justice set honest fractions, clicking off a half-mile in 45.86 seconds and zipping past the three-quarter pole in 1:10.10. He finished one mile and 70 yards in 1:39.85, with Chris DeCarlo aboard.\nThe victory was the third in six starts and first stakes victory for the son of A.P. Indy.\nSmart Enough wins second Wolf Hill\nA ligament injury wiped out last summer for Smart Enough, denying the outstanding grass sprinter a chance to defend his title in Monmouth's $60,000 Wolf Hill Stakes.\nTwo years later, Smart Enough returned with a dazzling front-running victory, beating Atticus Kristy by 1 3/4 lengths, with Awakino Cat third. The time was 1:01.18 for about 5 1/2 furlongs on the good turf, with Eddie Castro aboard.\n"We could not ask him to do any better," trainer John R. S. Fisher said of the 6-year-old gelding. "He's back to himself."\nSmart Enough ($3.60) improved to 11 for 20, including a perfect 4 for 4 in Monmouth grass sprints.\nFisher said the next race will be the $200,000 Highland Stakes, on the Queen's Plate undercard June 21 at Woodbine.