Falling Sky, third in the Tampa Bay Derby, is a possible starter in next Saturday's $750,000 Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland. The 3-year-old colt could also go in the Arkansas Derby on the same day.
"We are going to get together tomorrow and talk it over," said trainer John Terranova on Friday.
Owned by Newtown Anner Stud, James Covello and Joseph Bulger, Falling Sky has been ridden by Jose Espinoza in his last two starts which includes a win in the Sam F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs.
Another 3-year-old in the Terranova barn is Gotham Stakes runner-up West Hills Giant. Owned by Long Island Racing Stable, Sunrise Stables and Gina Bentivegna, West Hills Giant set the pace in the Gotham before losing to Vyjack.
"He is going to breeze Monday at Belmont and if he works well, he could show up here for the Blue Grass or the Lexington," Terranova said. "We got off schedule a little bit and that forced us to miss Saturday's Wood Memorial. He had a nice work Wednesday at Belmont. We will make a decision after he breezes."
West Hills Giant began 2013 with a third-place finish in the Java Gold Stakes at Aqueduct.
A field of 14 is expected for the Blue Grass Stakes.