Occupation Goes Five-Eighths, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-12


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Occupation Goes FiveEighths FiveEighthsLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE Ky May 11 John Marschs Occupation last seasons biggest money winning twoyearold and runner up to Count Fleet for the 1942 juvenile championship continues to show progress i in his training at Churchill Downs Work ¬ ing on a muddy racing strip in company with the good mare Blue Delight owned by Mrs Marsch the son of Bull Dog breezed five furlongs in 102 Blue Delight was able to keep pace with her younger stable companion but Occupation accomplished his trial in easier fashion Occupation Blue Delight and other members of the Marsch Stable are leaving here in a day or so for Hawthorne where during the Lincoln Fields meeting they will continue their preparation for a busy summer campaign

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