Trainer Jason Servis said Jawalk's "cruising speed is wicked".
"They either take it or they don't. Amazing, I've no words to say how brilliant she is", he said.
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The Pennsylvania bred recently won the La Lorgnette Stakes at Woodbine and previous year, opened her career with a win in the Ontario Debutante Stakes and a second-place finish in the Mazarine Stakes. The victory is the third Grade 1 win in four career starts for the undefeated son of Candy Ride (ARG), who previously won the Del Mar Futurity (G1) and American Pharoah (G1).
"I think this race, it's a tough field", said Baffert, who saddles Collected, West Coast and McKinzie - the horse he originally tipped for the 2018 Kentucky Derby before a hock injury disrupted his season. "We did our best but weren't quite good enough", said O'Brien, who brought 15 horses to Kentucky and departed without a victor. He was the fourth Juvenile victor for Bob Baffert, who also trained Vindication (2002), Midshipman (2008) and New Year's Day (2013) to wins in that race. He had a great campaign and we're very proud of that. "I'm more reserved about saying superstar and such until they're a little deeper into their career and seeing how far they can really go. When I asked her, she exploded for home".
Hugh Anderson, chief executive of Godolphin UK, said: 'Line of Duty is an example of the change in policy we have had this year and the most significant. Things will begin with the inaugural Juvenile Turf Sprint, a $1 million event to be run over 5 1/2 furlongs. Irish invader So Perfect came from well off the pace for third, gaining ground at the end. Ridden by Javier Castellano, the four-year-old colt took command shortly after the start and pulled away in the stretch while 4-5 favourite Catalina Cruiser struggled on the outside and finished well back. "With what he accomplished, in such a short amount of time, he deserves Horse of the Year", Cox said. "He broke like a shot and put me in a real good position". "We're prepared for the worst and hope for the best". WinStar's Elliott Walden added, "He started so fast, Javier lost an iron". It is the fourth consecutive victory for Jaywalk, who captured the Frizette (G1) at Belmont in similar gate-to-wire fashion.