Irad Ortiz, Jr., winning jockey aboard Cavorting (No. 5): "At the half-mile, I had to cut the corner. I didn't want to go too wide. I got in a little bit and asked her a little bit and I had horse. When I asked her, she just took off. I got clear turning for home. I think she was ready. The trainer brought her ready. When I asked her, she took off. She's a nice filly. She won first time out by 11 lengths, easy. We saw better fillies today, and she can do it. She has some talent and [trainer Kiaran McLaughlin] does a great job with them."
Todd Pletcher, trainer of beaten favorite and runner-up Angela Renee (No. 3): "I thought she ran very well. I think we learned a few things about her and hopefully she'll improve as we move forward."
John Velazquez, jockey aboard beaten favorite and runner-up Angela Renee (No. 3): "I didn't want to be stuck in there and get all the dirt. I got a nice spot on the outside and she was going pretty good. When the other horses got to her, she just shied away from them. Instead of looking forward, she was watching the other horses. Maybe blinkers next time."
Taylor Rice, jockey aboard third-place finisher Wonder Gal (No. 1): "I had thought everything was good out of the gate. It got a little tight down the lane, but I was trying to save all the ground I could. My filly ran great, so hopefully we'll get a better shot. She's got all the guts in the world."