Winning jockey Orlando Mojica said, "The trainer told me, 'You've ridden him twice already, so you know what to do.' When I saw two horses going head to head, I asked him to relax and get behind them and when we turned for home I told him to go and he went."
Trainer Paul McGee added, "He was very impressive, won easier than I thought he would. He's three for three since having been gelded and the addition of blinkers. Orlando told me he thought he'd be stalking the leaders. As it turns out, he was right. We figured to be laying where we were and it panned out perfectly. We'll find something at Keeneland for him next."