Empire Maker is scheduled to work Tuesday morning, according to Frankel.
"I thought Funny Cide ran very well, but I didn't think Peace Rules handled the track," Frankel said. "I saw his one bad race up at Saratoga was in the slop."
Despite Peace Rules' disappointing Preakness finish, the day was not a total loss for Frankel. At Belmont, Wild Spirit was an impressive 3 ½-length winner of the Shuvee at odds of 10-1. It was the Chilean's first start in North America.