Jockey Jerry Bailey missed his scheduled mounts Monday at Belmont Park, and will likely do so again Tuesday, due to a kidney stone. "The kidney stone is being dissolved right now but he is still uncomfortable," said Bailey's agent Ron Anderson. "He said he might be able to ride tomorrow, but I think that is unlikely. I would expect him to resume riding on Friday." Wednesday and Thursday are dark days at Belmont this week due to the holiday schedule. Bailey is receiving treatment at Long Island Jewish Hospital...Jockey Jose Flores won five races at Philadelphia Park Monday. Flores winning mounts came in the second (Dreamed, $14.40), sixth (Flying Bear, $6.40). seventh (Striking Josh, $4), ninth (Naughty Quest, $10.80), and 10th (Darn Enough, $16.60)... Beautiful Pleasure was on the track at Belmont Park Sunday morning, breezing six furlongs in 1:11.06. The 5-year-old mare is to make her next start in the Go for Wand Handicap (gr. I) July 30 at Saratoga...Canaveral was represented by his first winner as a sire Saturday when his 2-year-old son Dancing Missile won the sixth race at Churchill Downs. Dancing Missile (Canaveral--Baroque Dancer, by Seattle Dancer) won the 5 1/2-furlong dash in wire-to-wire fashion, completing the distance in 1:03.91 under Francisco Torres. Trained by Dale Romans, Dancing Missile is owned by Joseph Haller and was bred in Kentucky by Wind Hill Farm. Canaveral (Relaunch--Bold Escape, by Bold Forbes) won eight of 17 races and earned $258,061 in a three-year career. As a 5-year-old, he won the William Donald Schaefer Handicap. His first foals are 2-year-olds of 2000. Canaveral stands for a fee of $2,500 at Wafare Farm near Midway, Ky...Kentucky-based jockey Francisco Torres was given a five-day suspension by the stewards at Churchill Downs for causing interference resulting in a spill near the finish line in Thursday's ninth race. Ican'thearyou, Torres' mount, won the race but was disqualified and placed last for drifting out and impeding Claire's Honor. Claire's Honor fell to her knees and threw jockey Tony D'Amico to the turf. Torres plans to appeal the suspension...Jockey Anibal Prado was involved in a spill near the finish line in Saturday's seventh race at Philadelphia Park. His mount, Does It Get Bettor, appeared to have broken down as she fell suddenly while racing toward the back of the pack. However, shortly after veterinarian Nancy Yutz arrived on the scene, the 4-year-old Diazo filly re-gained her feet. "My best guess is that it was heat or sun related," said Vutz. "There was no lameness and no need for any emergency medication." Prado suffered a gash above the bridge of the nose, some minor bumps and bruises, and was taken off the track on a stretcher. He was taken to Frankford-Torresdale Hospital for evaluation.