Irad Ortiz, winning jockey aboard Sweet Reason (No. 7): "She was perfect. She broke from behind, relaxed and when I asked her to go, she just took off."
Phil Schoenthal, trainer of runner-up Miss Behaviour (No. 12): "My first Grade 1 try, at Saratoga, it was just kind of a dream [come] true day. I thought she'd run big and I trained her trying to get the extra distance. At the eighth pole, I thought she might get home, but I'm proud of her. She ran a great race. I'm fighting back tears. It was a great race."
Javier Castellano, jockey on runner-up Miss Behaviour (No. 12):"I'm very satisfied the way she did it, my filly. Second-best today. Beautiful spot. Great trip. Dream trip. That's where I wanted to be. Two horses made the pace. I'm third, outside - beautiful spot. That's where I wanted to be. Turning for home I asked her; turned her on and said, 'Let's go.' She gave me everything she had. Just second-best today. I give a lot of credit to the winner."