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CHURCHILL DOWNS NOTES 1 4 « Among the central Kentucky visitors for Wednesdays sport were Thomas C. Piatt, E. K. Thomas and W. S. Threlkeld. Matt Brady, trainer of the Catawba Farm Stable, took charge of the stables Derby candidates, Mr. Khayyam and Good Advice, Wednesday morning. J. J. Connors, assistant to Bob Smith, was advised that Smith, who was injured in an automobile accident Sunday, would not be here to saddle Inlander. F. A. Griffith, New York patron and owner of the Derby colt Sarada, was an arrival. In addition to Trace CalL trainer Joe Patterson brought Miss Patience from the East, and she may fill her engagement in the Bashford Manor Stakes. They are owned by B. B. Jones, who uses the nom de course of Audley Farm. Trainers J. R. Stotler and Bennet Creech came along with their Derby horses. Stotler brought W. R. Coes Ladysman, the classic choice, Pomponius and Pompoleon, and Creech the W. S. Kilmer hope. Dark Winter. T. J. Pendergast and his large Derby party witnessed todayr racing. They motored from Kansas City. Jlerbert M. Woolf also came in from the same Missouri metropolis.