Mr. Misunderstood, who improved his turf record to 5 for 5 with his win in the $200,000 Super Derby at Louisiana Downs, will be considered for the Commonwealth Stakes, run at his base of Churchill Downs, according to trainer Brad Cox. The Super Derby was run on the turf for the first time.The Commonwealth, a Grade 3, $100,000 race for 3&#45;year&#45;olds at 1 1/16 miles on the grass, will be run on Nov. 11. Promising juvenile to ChurchillRose of Malibu, a sharp debut winner Aug. 31 at Remington, is being pointed for the $200,000 Spendthrift Juvenile Filly Stallion Stakes on Oct. 29 at Churchill, said C.R. Trout, who bred, owns and trains the 2&#45;year&#45;old by Malibu Moon. Trout said he is debating whether Rose of Malibu will run back before that seven&#45;furlong race, with an option the $75,000 Kip Deville on Sunday at Remington. Rose of Malibu is a half&#45;sister to Shotgun Gulch, a Grade 1 winner at seven furlongs in the Madison at Keeneland in 2011.◗ The Texas Racing Commission will discuss ways to make up for a budget shortfall during a meeting Wednesday.