Winning trainer Ron Ellis
said, "I thought the race went perfect. Then she drew out by a couple lengths and you know she pulls herself up when she gets on the lead. I guess Joe likes to work hard trying to carry her home. I think she tolerates the synthetic tracks, but she's a much better filly on dirt. She doesn't seem to want to pull herself up as much. She just kind of does what she has to, and then when she gets to that lead, she thinks it's over with. Anyway, Joe gave her a good ride, got a very good trip and really worked hard carrying her home. I've been thinking about (the BC Ladies' Classic) since she won at Santa Anita
. We're really excited she's in good form right now and she'll have a couple months before she has to run again at Santa Anita
. We're very excited about that."