(Glengarry romps to victory in the Lafayette Stakes at Keeneland on Friday / All Photos by Coady Photography)

From the Keeneland Media Team / Amy Owens:

Quotes from the $400,000 Lafayette

Doug Anderson (winning trainer and co-owner of Glengarry)

“I think (he’s a better version of himself than he was last fall when he won the Bowman Mill Stakes at Keeneland). I really do. I mean, he’s grown up, he’s matured. He doesn’t do his antics in the morning, and he goes out and is a professional. I hope (we have a big year with him). It’s a lot of fun, being here, doing this with these guys (co-owners Aaron Kenney and Toby Joseph). It’s just absolute fun.”

Luis Saez (winning rider)

“He was pretty quick. I could feel it before the race. He was ready; he was pretty sharp. We had a tactical (plan to) break from (the gate) and follow the pace and speed, but after I felt he was pretty sharp I just let him break and take the lead.”

John McKee (rider of runner-up Who Dey)

“I had a clean trip. My horse made a big effort, and I was just second best. They went quick like I thought they would. The speed just kind of held today.”

Adam Beschizza (rider of third-place finisher Frosty Indulgence)

“Good trip, I thought the horse ran well. He just needs to get the hang of getting up to be quicker and early into his stride. I think he does the other half of the race very well; he just needs to start breaking a little sharper.”

Cristian Torres (rider of fourth-place finisher Doncho)

“I had the trip we wanted. The leader got in front of me and I did not want to go head to head with him. I was in the perfect spot. When we turned for home, he heard the crowd and he got a little lost but then he ran on again. This is only his third start; he is still learning.”