Trainer Danny Miller (Romacaca): “She’s just a nice mare. All you have to do is take good care of her and keep her healthy. She likes to run. I think it’s easier on her to run her longer. She can relax more, but she ran really well today. She’s been 60 days between races and had gone down to the sale. I lost some training time with her when she was down at the sale.

"We love her. We loved her when we had her before. She’s just such a professional. She’s such a delight to have in the stable. We just love her.”

Jockey Francisco Torres (Romacaca): “She did everything within herself and all I did was try to keep her out of trouble. She worked so well here the other morning so I was very excited to ride her today. We broke sharp and I had a little speed on the outside and inside. Going seven eighths of a mile you’ll see more horses showing a little more tactical speed than you would going a mile and a sixteenth and a mile and an eighth, so I let her fall out of there and place herself where she was comfortable. When it was time to call on her she quickened up and prevailed.”

Jockey Joe Bravo (Chokurei): “She’s a class horse who’s only going to get better. She only has three starts in America, and to run a race like she did, she’ll only keep improving. All I can say is, that nose hurt."