Kiaran McLaughlin, winning trainer of Cavorting (No. 10): "Great trip. She broke so sharp and Irad rode her great. She loves it up here at Saratoga, as we all do, but she's 3-for-3 up here so this was great. She was sitting close from the start and there was enough speed up front so it worked out well. We'll train her up to the Breeders' Cup from here because she likes a little more space between races."

Irad Ortiz, Jr., winning rider aboard Cavorting (No. 10): "Last time she broke a little slow but we were confident in the filly. Kiaran said, 'Let her break and be wherever she's comfortable.' She broke sharp, so that helped me. I let the speed go and followed the speed. When I asked her, she was there. I give credit to the trainer; she's not an easy horse to train. She's tough in the morning and he really does a great job with her. She's doing unbelievable right now."