In this photo taken Aug. 15, 2010 and released by EQUI-PHOTO, Monmouth Park’s track announcer Larry Collmus poses for a portrait at Monmouth Park race course in Oceanport, N.J. Collmus, the announcer for Monmouth and Gulfstream Park, is the new voice of racing's Triple Crown. He will call the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes for NBC. (AP Photo/EQUI-PHOTO, Bill Denver)
In this photo taken Aug. 15, 2010 and released by EQUI-PHOTO, Monmouth Park’s track announcer Larry Collmus poses for a portrait at Monmouth Park race course in Oceanport, N.J. Collmus, the announcer for Monmouth and Gulfstream Park, is the new voice of racing's Triple Crown. He will call the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes for NBC. (AP Photo/EQUI-PHOTO, Bill Denver) ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this photo taken Aug. 15, 2010 and released by EQUI-PHOTO, Monmouth Park’s track announcer Larry Collmus poses for a portrait at Monmouth Park race course in Oceanport, N.J. Collmus, the announcer for Monmouth and Gulfstream Park, is the new voice of racing's Triple Crown. He will call the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes for NBC. (AP Photo/EQUI-PHOTO, Bill Denver) ASSOCIATED PRESS

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