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If anything becomes in today’s sixth race from Hallandale it’s that Eamonn (9-2) is coming into her own as a newly turned four-year old.

She’s showing the kind of consistent development that comes with added maturity and trainer Joe Orseno is adept at managing these kinds of transitions.

It’s becomes obvious that she love the Gulfstream trip, compiling a (7) 2-2-0 slate at this venue but winless in six starts anywhere else.

Following a good effort two back she return to the Gulfstream turf on short rest and appeared fat. Now, given time, the spacing is much better, she makes a mini-turnback t her best go and attracts Tyler this afternoon.

See if you agree with that observation; Gulfstream Park, JAN 30, Race 10. She shows four public works since that run, now appears set for best, is nicly drawn and suited by dynamics.

Taking Eamonn to win at 7-2 or greater and a quinella with claim improved Tour of Duty

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