She can lay back and just turn it on when you need her to. She's got that quick turn of foot. She showed that when she won the Acorn. She had to wait, and she got outside of horses late and just kicked it in to get there.
She broke sharp, which we hoped for and it pretty much just developed like I thought. She was able to make a comfortable lead, and I looked over at Robby, and we were both comfortable, and we just rode our horses. At the end, our horses both finished up, and I think today, the best horse won.
I just rode her with confidence. A horse went out there and opened up a little bit, but I know how good of a filly she is and I knew she would kick. She showed that she was back to herself, and she finished really strong.