PASCH AND WINDSOR LAD
An English paper just to hand stated that Pasch, winner of the Two Thousand Guineas and the Eclipse Stakes last year, was to undergo an X-ray examination. Although feeding well, Pasch, who is now at Mr. H. E. Morris's Banstead Manor Stud, had trouble in swallowing, and it was thought that some foreign body had lodged in his throat. The trouble was not considered serious. Windsor Lad. Mr. Martin Benson's £50,000 stallion, winner of the 1934 Derby, who has undergone two operations on his brain, was expected to leave Newmarket for a stud m Hertfordshire. It was hoped that the change of air would benefit him. After a few weeks it might be possible to arrive at a decision as to his future.
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PASCH AND WINDSOR LAD, Evening Post, Volume CXXVIII, Issue 70, 20 September 1939
PASCH AND WINDSOR LAD Evening Post, Volume CXXVIII, Issue 70, 20 September 1939
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