Jockey Joel Rosario (Live Lively): "She did it so easily. I was in front the whole way just trying to save some for the end. I wasn't sure about the distance, but she looks like she looks like she can do anything. Every time she looks better and better and keeps improving. I'm very happy with her."
Trainer Todd Pletcher (Dreaming of Julia): "I thought she ran extremely well. We were sort of at the mercy of the pace scenario, so I think we had to take her out of her comfort zone earlier than we wanted to and keep some pressure on the winner. The winner was too good and we were just second best today. I was very happy with it, for her first start since the Breeder's Cup and spotting six pounds to some quality fillies, I thought it was a very good effort off the layoff."