Larry Collmus on calling American Pharoah’s Triple Crown victory

Larry Colmus fbBelmont announcer, and Maryland native, Larry Collmus found himself narrating history last Saturday when American Pharoah became the first horse in 37 years to win the Triple Crown.
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The Washington Times talked with Larry about preparing for such a moment, his journey from Maryland’s small tracks — starting in 1985 at Bowie Race Track — and…

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