Winning trainer Shug McGaughey
said, "I thought Jose rode him great. When Center Divider broke on the lead (Point of Entry) laid right there with him. He said he just relaxed and galloped along. When someone kind of came up there he just sort of eased into the bridle and Jose kept him in the clear. I thought it worked out really well. I think he's learning. I told Jose, 'Just be careful he's not too sharp off when you come off the layoff.' I could tell in the paddock he was ready."