Jockey Rajiv Maragh said, "My filly broke good. I was real happy going down the backstretch, she was running a fair pace around there and I thought she would win from there, but the other filly just wore her down in the end. Visually, it looked like she had no excuses in the race. She had a pretty clear trip and the best chance of winning, but it happens. You can't win every day, right?"
Rick Mettee, assistant to trainer Saeed bin Suroor added, "She was second-best today. They were going quick enough out there and (Swift Temper) was always traveling a little better than (Seventh Street). Still, 1:40 3/5 over that track is pretty good."