HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. &ndash; Less than 24 hours after finishing second and third, respectively, with Free Drop Billy and Tiz Mischief in the Grade 2 Holy Bull, trainer Dale Romans may have found himself another Kentucky Derby candidate after Storm Runner outlasted odds&#45;on favorite Mississippi to capture Sunday&rsquo;s co&#45;feature going 1 1/16 miles on the main track.&ldquo;I think he&rsquo;s kind of under the radar because of his purchase price [$5,000] as a yearling,&rdquo; Romans said. &ldquo;We bought him at Ellis after his second start. People might have to start paying attention to him, and I might have to start thinking of getting him to some of the bigger races.&rdquo;Mississippi, who scratched out of the Holy Bull after drawing post position 11, ran well in defeat after being left with a bit too much to do trying to catch the winner with the short stretch run in races decided at 1 1/16 miles locally.Two of the leading members of the 3&#45;year&#45;old division, Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile winner Good Magic and the undefeated Montauk, both worked over the weekend as they continue to progress toward their much&#45;anticipated 2018 debuts.Trainer Chad Brown broke into a smile when asked about the reigning 2&#45;year&#45;old champion Good Magic after the colt breezed five furlongs in 1:01 at Palm Meadows on Saturday.&ldquo;He&rsquo;s right on schedule now, he&rsquo;s made a lot of progress over the last few weeks after getting started a few weeks later than I wanted,&rdquo; Brown said. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s made up all that ground on his own and is really coming to hand well.&rdquo;Brown is targeting the Grade 2 Fountain of Youth on March 3 for Good Magic&rsquo;s 3&#45;year&#45;old bow.Montauk, an 11 1/4&#45;length winner of his only start at 2, breezed four furlongs in 51.20 seconds on Saturday at Palm Beach Downs, just his second work since returning to trainer Todd Pletcher&rsquo;s barn earlier this winter.&ldquo;So far, we&rsquo;ve gotten to do everything we&rsquo;ve wanted to do with him since he&rsquo;s come in,&rdquo; Pletcher said. &ldquo;He trains like a horse who&rsquo;ll come to hand very quickly. It&rsquo;s going to be a tight schedule [to make the Derby], but the owners are pretty relaxed about it. They just said if it happens on his terms, fine, if not don&rsquo;t worry about it.&rdquo;Montauk is owned, in partnership, by Robert LaPenta, Eclipse Thoroughbreds, and Twin Creeks Racing Stables.