Winning trainer Tom Amoss said, "We weren't going to run if it stayed on the grass. The whole idea was to run if it came off the grass. Daisy Devine is a great filly. Obviously, she is a great turf filly. So, maybe a little vulnerable today on the dirt. We were able to take advantage of it. My filly ran her heart out and, you know, Rosie rode a good race too."
Jockey Rosie Napravnik added, "We were able to get a really nice pace from the inside. At the 3/8 pole, Daisy Devine was kind of creeping up on us and I said ‘Oh boy, here she comes' but my filly really stuck it out and kept her nose in front the whole way. It was a very game effort."