Trainer Richard Mandella will spend a few days assessing Arresting Officer before making any plans for the colt, who was second in the California Breeders&rsquo; Champion Stakes last Sunday.\r\nArresting Officer was trained by Mike Mitchell for Sunday&rsquo;s race, but owner Suleman Dhani transferred the colt to Mandella earlier this week.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s a little stiff coming out of the race,&rdquo; Mandella said of Arresting Officer. &ldquo;We&rsquo;re in the process of analyzing him.&rdquo;\r\nMandella has an entry of Robie the Cat and Ten Devils in Friday&rsquo;s Eddie Logan Stakes, and is concerned that the recent wet weather has disrupted the training of Ten Devils.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;ve missed a little time,&rdquo; Mandella said. &ldquo;If I didn&rsquo;t think everyone was in the same boat, I&rsquo;d be a little concerned. Robie the Cat just ran and I&rsquo;m not worried about his fitness level.&rdquo;\r\nGomez&rsquo;s reign as earnings leader ends\r\nGarrett Gomez will finish second in the money-earnings title this year, ending a four-year run as the national leader.\r\nGomez, who turns 38 on Saturday, trailed Ramon Dominguez by $453,401 through Tuesday. The purse levels of races at Santa Anita for the last three days of the year were not high enough to make up the difference.\r\nGomez&rsquo;s agent, Ron Anderson, noted that through Tuesday Dominguez had 1,455 mounts this year, compared with 775 for Gomez.\r\n◗ There was no training on Santa Anita&rsquo;s main track on Wednesday because of overnight rain. Trainers were prepared. There were 176 recorded works on the main track on Tuesday.