08/22/2016 4:15PM

Race-caller Mirahmadi released from hospital

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Frank Mirahmadi

Monmouth Park race-caller Frank Mirahmadi was released from the Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune City, N.J., on Monday, a week after undergoing colon surgery.

Mirahmadi, 48, will continue his recovery at his New Jersey residence. It has not been determined when Mirahmadi will return to the Monmouth announcer's booth, but he is eager to do so.

Angelo Chinnici, the medical director at Monmouth who convinced Mirahmadi to go to the hospital and then was instrumental in getting him admitted, was already devising a plan last Saturday on how to get Mirahmadi to the press box without draining his energy.

When asked by text whether he would return this weekend, Mirahmadi responded, "It's like an inquiry. Picture the numbers on the board flashing. I know I can do it but will defer to the decision of doctors."

Fairlady Nissan More than 1 year ago
Wish you all the best and speedy recovery.
Don Miskell More than 1 year ago
health first, then the announcing ,paul heyman lookalike, get well
Scott Scheib More than 1 year ago
Frank, show the passion for getting better physically you have for racing and calling.
You can be a Hall of fame caller and contributor if you take care of yourself.
Take it slow
Chuck Berger More than 1 year ago
Frank, take it easy and get well. Give your body a chance to get strong before going back to work.
Better safe than sorry kid!!! G-d bless!!!
Jerry Mann More than 1 year ago
Frank,you're still a kid !!! Relax,smell the coffee..................
Richard Holmes More than 1 year ago
Get well soon Frank! 
equinebond More than 1 year ago
One of my Top-Ten favorite race callers all-time! Get well soon! 
Glenn Gremillion More than 1 year ago
Many people are praying for your speedy recovery Brother Frank, from Glenn Gremillion, G. D. Heironymus, and the whole Keeneland Broadcast department. 
God Bless and keep you Frank. 
Brian Duntugan More than 1 year ago
Hope 2 c Frank back b4 Monmouth's season is over. Get well soon.
Vincent Spathanas More than 1 year ago
Get well soon Frank