TYLER BAZE, SELCOURT, WINNER: “I wasn’t worried about the fast pace. She’s a big, nice filly and she got a little breather in there and when I asked her to kick home, she was ready. When John say’s they’re ready, they’re ready.”
JOHN SADLER, SELCOURT, WINNER: “She ran against really high-class form last year, Union Strike, etc. Nothing but good fillies. She came back and she’s been training really well. She liked the track last year and she’s just been floating over it in the mornings this winter. I didn’t think we needed to go in non-winners of one, I wanted to get a stakes win with her so we came back in here.
“As long as she was running comfortably I was ok with the fractions. She can run fast. She’s run :44 every time so it was just a question of her looking good the way she was doing it.
“We’ll stretch her out eventually. Maybe she has one more short one and then we’ll go around two turns.”