Steve Klesaris, winning trainer, Age of
Humor (No. 2) (by telephone): “We were looking forward to running her
around two turns – she struck me as the type who would want to. She had shown
enough professionalism in her first two starts that I felt she could handle it.
She sells Monday in Keeneland’s [Horses of All Ages Sale], so as for what’s
next, I don’t know.”
Rosie Napravnik, winning jockey aboard Age of Humor (No.
2): “It was hard to tell how the race was going to set up. When the No. 1
stumbled, we kind of just steered over and got in front real quick. She
was nice and relaxed on the lead. We got an easy pace, it just kind of all went