LOUISVILLE, Ky. &ndash; Preakness winner Shackleford has been sent to WinStar Farm in Versailles, Ky., for a two-week break before gearing back up for a run in the $1 million Haskell Invitational on July 31 at Monmouth Park, said trainer Dale Romans.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s just going to get some rest he deserves,&rdquo; said Romans. &ldquo;He might go into a round pen on some grass, maybe hand-walk a little bit. I&rsquo;m really, really happy with him. He gave us a great Triple Crown, and I&rsquo;d have to think he&rsquo;s right in the thick of it for champion 3-year-old this year.&rdquo;\r\nRomans said the $750,000 West Virginia Derby on Aug. 7 at Mountaineer Park would &ldquo;only be a fall-back plan in case we can&rsquo;t make the Haskell for some reason.&rdquo;\r\nBonus clauses in the conditions of the West Virginia Derby would make the connections of Animal Kingdom, Shackleford, and Ruler On Ice eligible to earn an additional $200,000 with a victory &ndash; it would be $150,000 additional to a Grade 1 winner this year, and another $50,000 to a Triple Crown race winner &ndash; but Romans said flatly that &ldquo;the Haskell is our next goal.&rdquo;\r\nBoth the Haskell and West Virginia Derby are run at 1 1/8 miles, an ideal distance for the speedy Shackleford.\r\nA couple of hours before Shackleford faded to finish fifth Saturday in the Belmont Stakes last Saturday, Romans sent out C.S. Silk to a 12-1 upset in the Grade 1 Just a Game. The victory capped a different triple of sorts for the stable.\r\n&ldquo;We won a Grade 1 on the Derby undercard, a Grade 2 on the Preakness undercard, and a Grade 1 on the Belmont undercard,&rdquo; noted Romans, referring to Sassy Image winning the Humana Distaff on Derby Day and Paddy O&rsquo;Prado taking the Dixie Stakes in his career finale on Preakness Day.