Winning trainer Reade Baker said, "I was concerned about the speed in the race. She's 1-2 (on the board), she could stop or she could win. Down on the inside (post 2) I wanted her on the lead, had we drawn outside I'd want her to drop back. Jimmy is a smart rider and knew what to do. I'd like to start her in the Mazarine followed by the Breeders' Cup (Juvenile Fillies). All we need is time and talent and we have them both."
Owner-breeder Brereton Jones said, "I feel tremendously blessed (to have bred and raced both Biofuel and her full sister Tu Endie Wei). We have the right people at home and here that played a big part of it. There were anxious moments and she was pretty keyed up. It's always a question of maturity at this point. She’s got this tremendous ability and this tremendous heart and that’s a great combination."