Will she go straight to the Breeders' Cup? "We'll get her back to the barn, see how she is, and go from there. Once again, she's a very easy filly, she lets you know how she is. If she bounces out of the race well, then we may look for something."
What does it mean to get a Grade 1 victory with her? "It's very special, very special. The filly, she's done everything right, nothing wrong. She's a good horse, and I hope the world knows that."
Xavier Perez, winning jockey aboard Dance to Bristol (No 1): "I was a little concerned [about the one post], and then when the accident happened behind the gate, she kind of got impatient. She got a sharp break and I asked her to settle, and she did it. I put her right behind the leaders and she just dropped the bit and got comfortable. When I asked her at the five-sixteenths to move, she responded pretty good and gave me a hundred percent and just kept going. When she felt that horse, Book Review, coming on the outside, she just kept digging in."
"It worked out perfect, because the speed went. I was the only one that was right behind them. I looked outside and I was clear, so I started drifting out a little bit until I got the position where I wanted to be where I was sure nobody was going to come around me."
"I was fully confident the whole time. When I started riding her, she took off running and when she felt the horse coming near her, she just kept going. She never let that horse by her."
"She's something else; she's amazing. She's the best horse I ever rode in my whole career. I think it's going to be the one that's going to take me to the Breeders' Cup."
John Terranova, who saddled runner-up Book Review (No. 8) on behalf of trainer Bob Baffert: "It was a great effort. Bob sent her in a few days ago from Del Mar. She came in in great shape. Everything was right; she fired, she ran a great race, and just came up a bob short."
Rafael Bejarano, jockey aboard runner-up Book Review (No. 8): "I put my horse into position and followed the winner the whole race. I had an opportunity to pass her in the stretch, but the other horse never quit."
Kiaran McLaughlin, trainer of third-place finisher Villanesca (No. 2): "We're happy. We wanted to win, but we'll take third. It was a great run, excellent ride, and we're happy we got third. It got a little tight on [Villanesca], but [jockey John Velazquez] didn't have enough horse to stay up in there."