From Oaklawn Park's notes:

Honeybee S. (G3) heroine NO SUCH WORD (Canadian Frontier), who was beaten nine lengths into third in Friday's Fantasy S. (G2) at Oaklawn Park, will not go on to the April 30 Kentucky Oaks (G1), trainer Cindy Jones said.

"She ran well, she just needed to be a little faster to run with those two," she said, referring to winner Blind Luck (Pollard's Vision) and runner-up Tidal Pool (Yankee Gentleman). "That winner's the real deal. When Rafael Bejarano said she (Blind Luck) was better on dirt, he was right.

"We'll take our girl to Delaware, not to the Oaks. I had a disappointed crew here last night, but I told them that it could be worse. At least she came back in good shape."

Her husband and assistant trainer Larry Jones noted, "They ran exactly the way they were bet," with the four fillies crossing the wire in accordance with their respective odds in the Fantasy.

Larry Jones also made an interesting comparison across the years.

"They came home pretty fast," he said. "The time (1:42 2/5) was faster than Rachel Alexandra's (1:43 1/5 in 2009) or Eight Belles (1:43 in 2008)."

He added that No Such Word was following in the hoofsteps of stablemate Just Jenda (Menifee).

"She's just trying to be like Just Jenda. Jenda won the (2009) Honeybee, then was third in the Fantasy."