Sounds like you found yourself a good girl.
Anyway, to answer your question I have a few of my own. Did you take any gravity readings? What kind of yeast did you use? I assume this is a five gallon batch. Did you add any nutrients? Aeration?
Actually, all of that makes it more complicated than it has to be (though it will help with repeatability and quality). A simple answer is, move it to secondary when it reaches a blip a minute on the airlock. Bottle when there are no changes in gravity readings for at least two weeks. Or, if you don't do gravity readings I would give it at least four to six months before bottling (unless you really need the carboy, then bottle and let it bottle age).
Hope this helps.