Chad Brown, winning trainer of Goldy Espony (No. 1): "She had some foot issues we were dealing with and thankfully we got them all fixed up and behind her and Amy Kinley worked on her feed for us and did a great job. Kendrick gets along really well with this filly. He's able to set a slow pace and wire them again. I'll speak to Peter Bradley who heads the ownership group and figure out what we're going to do with her. She's had a great season.

On second-place finisher Danza Cavallo (No. 3) and ninth-place finisher Rosalind (No. 2): "Rosalind didn't fire today, I'll have to reevaluate her future and Danza Cavallo ran well. A mile and a half might be a touch far for her. She was just tucked in behind the eventual winner the whole way. I thought she had a good trip. She had dead aim on her heading for home and Goldy just had more. [With] Danza, it would be nice if we could just cut her back a touch. We still think she has some nice races ahead of her."

Kendrick Carmouche, winning jockey aboard Goldy Espony (No. 1): "I felt very confident this time that they would probably let me go a little easier than the last Saratoga race [Grade 3 Glens Falls on September 5]. That being said, I'm just very appreciative of the opportunity from Chad Brown and the owners. It's been a very successful ride so far in New York."