"She'll probably run in the Barbara Fritchie next and then go on to Dubai," trainer john Salzman said. "Harry didn't want to get beat on her. He hasn't ridden her that much
and she got beat the last time she ran. He was looking back a lot of the way. She had a tendency last year to slow down, but she hasn't been doing that. Harry might have seen some of her earlier races and maybe he had that in his mind. I thought he rode a good race, though. She was sharp out of the gate. She had six weeks off, and that was a big vacation. It gets tougher and tougher when we run her, because we don't want to get her beat. She got beat the last couple of times, but that was against the best horses in the
world. How many times she'll run this year depends on how she is doing and how the races come up. If she tells me she doesn't want to run, I won't run her."City Fair got up for second in the Interborough, a neck ahead of Look of the Lynx and two necks ahead of Folly Dollar. Carafe and With Ability trailed.