2000 GUINEAS 1938

The 130th winner of the 2000 Guineas, held on Wednesday 27th April 1938 over the Rowley Mile, was Pasch (5/2 fav), a bay colt by Blandford out of Pasca, owned by Mr Henry Morriss. The winner won by 2 lengths in 1 minute 38.80 secs, with a length and a half back to the third. A field of 18 runners contested the race which was worth £7500 (Equivalent to £470,300 in 2017)


Horse Jockey Trainer Owner/Betting
PASCH Gordon Richards Fred Darling Mr Henry Morriss 5/2
SCOTTISH UNION Brownie Carslake Mr J V Rank 9/1
MIRZA II Harry Wragg HH Aga Khan III 7/1
MAGIC CIRCLE R Perryman Mr Angus 40/1
POUND FOOLISH R A Jones Lord Astor 33/1
CAVE MAN J Brennan Lord Astor 50/1
RAMTAPA Tommy Weston Sir Abe Bailey 8/1
CAERLOPTIE F Lane Sir Abe Bailey 50/1
PARIS II Eph Smith Mr E Esmond 20/1
RAFANO R Brethes Princess de Faucigny-Lucinge 22/1
PACTOLUS W Nevett Mr Bownass 20/1
TAHIR Charlie Smirke HH Aga Khan 8/1
CAMPION Tommy Lowrey Lord Monck 33/1
SCARABEN F Herbert Mr S Nagle 50/1
LOHENGRIN M Beary Lord Portman 20/1
BLANDSTAR D Butchers Maharaja of Rajipal 50/1
PORTMARNOCK P Beasley Sir H de Trafford 4/1
UNBREAKABLE J Sirett Mr Widener 20/1
Note: The images opposite are shown courtesy of the issuing cigarette card companies. Over Round 132%

In the Official 3-Y-O Free Handicap Oaks and 1000 Guineas winner Rockfel was rated equal to Derby winner Bois Roussel, 6lbs higher than St Leger winner Scottish Union, and 7lbs higher than 2000 Guineas winner Pasch. Based on their entire career performances this site rates Rockfel and Bois Roussel equal, 6lbs higher than Pasch, and 8lbs higher than Scottish Union.