"Win and You're In Breeders' Cup Turf Division"
Chad Brown, trainer of winner Flintshire (No. 6), runner-up Money Multiplier (No. 2), and fifth-place finisher Inordinate (No. 5): "Aaron Gryder [aboard Inordinate] did a fabulous job as the pacesetter. Still [Flintshire] had trouble in the back. Javier [Castellano] decided to go on the inside and it turned out to be the right decision. I've never seen anything like him outside of Lady Eli. He's the greatest horse I've ever seen.
"He came to me a great racehorse. I just try to keep him happy and healthy. Give credit to my team. They have kept him in top form."
Javier Castellano, winning jockey aboard Flintshire (No. 6): "I am very lucky and fortunate. The way I rode this horse [I tried] to save some ground. Everyone ended up in the same position and I had to make my own decision and use my best judgment and it worked out. I was very lucky to go and cut through on the rail and accelerate. He is a phenomenal horse. I've never seen any horse with that much acceleration on the grass."
On being able to go inside Inordinate: "[Aaron Gryder's] horse got a little tired and with the tight corners, he drifted out a little bit. I saw my best opportunity to go forward and it worked out for me today."
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