Horse race announcer Trevor Denman seems to have peripheral vocals.
He can, with that fine South African accent, describe what's happening on various sides of a horse race simultaneously, noting unused potential and flame outs almost before they happen. He makes each race sound like the elegant black and white scene out of "My Fair Lady."
Only a refined British accent can make a $5,000 claiming race seem proper.
We like our European-type accents don't we; at least the executives ...
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