Kiaran McLaughlin, winning trainer of Cavorting (No. 5): "She's another one that's taken a little bit of work because she ran poorly here in the slop and then at Gulfstream. Luckily, we have patient owners that allowed us to figure her out. She broke sharp and then [jockey Irad Ortiz, Jr.] settled her back because they were going so fast. She went a little wide, but it worked out well. She's a nice filly; it's nice to get her back in the winner's circle."
Barbara Banke of Stonestreet Stables, winning owner of Cavorting (No. 5): "She was great at two and I think we may have tried lengthen her out a little too soon. She didn't really care for Florida but she loves New York. So, she'll be racing here probably for the rest of the year. There are some really nice Grade 1s at Saratoga. She's back and I'm excited.
Irad Ortiz, Jr., winning jockey aboard Cavorting (No.4): "I got a very good trip. My filly was ready today. She broke real fast and I got my position, and then I sat and followed Bob Baffert's hose (Enchanting Lady) and Todd Pletcher's Horse (Enchantress) and in the stretch I switched to the clear. When I asked her, she just took off, and I had plenty of horse."