OCEANPORT, N.J. The unbeaten Vengeful Wildcat is on target for the Grade 3, $150,000 Sapling Stakes, one of the final graded events of Monmouth Park&rsquo;s 2010 meet.\r\nThe summer meet ends Labor Day with a flurry of stakes on the final weekend.\r\nThe Sapling, the track&rsquo;s top event for 2-year-olds, and the $100,000 Twin Lights Stakes top the card on Saturday, Sept. 4.\r\nThe Grade 3, $200,000 Red Bank at one mile on the turf and the $100,000 Icecapade for sprinters headline the Sunday card.\r\nA pair of $100,000 stakes, the Gilded Time for 3-year-old turf sprinters and the Sorority for 2-year-old fillies share lead billing on the Labor Day.\r\nRacing will continue through Nov. 21 on a Saturday-and-Sunday schedule for the fall meet.\r\nVengeful Wildcat hasn&rsquo;t missed a beat in two races this summer at Monmouth while rapidly making up for lost time. The New Farm homebred trained by Ben Perkins, Jr. won by a neck in his debut in early July at 20-1 and came back to win the Tyro Stakes in the mud on July 25, the prep for the Sapling.\r\n&ldquo;His first race was nice and I thought he did improve on it,&rdquo; Perkins said. &ldquo;Going into the first race, I thought it was going to be tough. The horses in the race had been in Florida training. Some had been through the 2-year-old sales. Our horse hadn&rsquo;t breezed until we got here in May. We kept our horses up here over the winter and, with the weather, it was hard to keep them going good.&rdquo;\r\nPerkins has high hopes for Vengeful Wildcat. He trained the dam, Wild Snitch who captured the 2002 Sorority.\r\n&ldquo;This was the first nice horse she&rsquo;s had,&rdquo; Perkins said. &ldquo;We had him in the yearling sales and we bought him back pretty cheaply. Sometimes, you get lucky.&rdquo;\r\nFawkes thinking Breeders&rsquo; Cup\r\nThe 16-1 upset win by Duke of Mischief last weekend in the Iselin Stakes has trainer David Fawkes thinking Breeders&rsquo; Cup Dirt Mile for the 4-year-old winner of three graded stakes this year. In addition to the Grade 3 Iselin, Duke of Mischief also took the Grade 2 Oaklawn Handicap and the off-the-turf Grade 3 Ft Lauderdale Stakes at Gulfstream Park.\r\n&ldquo;If he brings his A game, he can probably compete in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup,&rdquo; Fawkes said.\r\nFawkes plans to run him once more before making a firm Breeders&rsquo; Cup commitment. He has a pair of Grade 2 spots under consideration: The Monmouth Cup (formerly The Meadowlands Cup) at 1 1/8 miles here on Oct. 9 or the Kelso on Oct. 3 at Belmont Park.\r\n&ldquo;The Kelso is the most intriguing to me because it is one mile,&rdquo; Fawkes said. &ldquo;Both places [Belmont and Churchill] have one-turn miles. It&rsquo;s easier to get position, and he&rsquo;s got enough early speed to lay close comfortably. I don&rsquo;t think the shorter distance is going to hurt him.&rdquo;\r\nLopez gets stay of ban\r\nPaco Lopez won a stay in New Jersey Supreme Court of a suspension for multiple riding infractions.\r\nThe stewards suspended Lopez starting Aug. 22 for the final eight days of the Elite Meet.\r\nLopez, the leading rider at the meet, got judicial relief after a losing an initial appeal to a lower court. He is slated to return on Sunday and will serve the remaining days during Monmouth&rsquo;s fall meet.\r\n◗ An amazing streak ended last Sunday, Aug. 22: Taces were finally rained off the turf at Monmouth.\r\nFor a track cursed by brutal weather in the past, like the monsoon on the 2007 Breeders&rsquo; Cup weekend, Monmouth almost managed an entire summer without losing a grass race.