Confusion Over Identity Of Two Horses, Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-10


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[ CONFUSION OVER IDENTITY j | OF TWO HORSES LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 9.— The horse that twice performed under the name of Bank Clerk at the last Agua Caliente meeting is in reality Pascu and will do his future racing under the latter name. The horses, both owned by Wood F. Axton, millionaire tobacco manufacturer of this city were confused when the winter division of the stable was selected last fall, according to information given out by the officials and those in charge of the Axton horses. The error was uncovered when registration papers for Pascu, which was entered In a race at Churchill Downs a week ago, failed to give identification marks corresponding with actual markings. When the marks failed to check Pascu was not permitted to start. Investigation showed the horse entered as Pascu registered as Bank Clerk. The horses are two-year-olds, Pascu being a bay gelding, by In Memoriam and Sere-nata, by Ornament, and Bank Clerk, a bay gelding by In Memoriam — Mooresque, by Transvaal. In his two Agua Caliente races under the name of Bank Clerk, Pascu was unplaced. He was raced at Agua Caliente by Wayne Lewis, who is in charge of the main division of the stable while the other juvenile spent most of the winter at the farm and this spring was prepared by R. W. Pearce.

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