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II jj h h I h h h h h h ih h h h h b b andb b b b £h andb b b b b andb ,J* d *:* j ! d "» ] THISTLE DOWN NOTES ! Prince Splendor, T. C. Wordens crack threeTy ear-old, which has engaged in several of the principal stakes this year, has been nominated for the Ohio Derby, 36,000 added, which will be run on Saturday, July 6, at Thistle Down. Ben Jones mailed in the nomi-h nation. Nineteen nominations have been received to date by racing secretary Richard Leigh, the nominations closing on next Saturday, June 29. Tommie Taylor, trainer for Mrs. Silas B. Mason, wired that he will ship Sun Portland to Cleveland next Sunday to engage in the Ohio Derby. Carter Everett, trainer for I. J. Collins, Ohio Racing Commission member, said he expected that Mr. Collins would ship Para-fa disical, conqueror of Sun Portland last Sat-ib urday, this week to Thistle Down. Paradisi- cal is a nominee for the Ohio Derby. Phil Reuter advised general manager Eddy that he would make a decision this week-end regarding the shipping of Roman Soldier to Cleveland. He said that in the event the black horse does not start in the Detroit Cup next Saturday, he will be pointed for the Ohio stake. In addition to Paradisical, there are sev-!? eral dark horses nominated for the Ohio, including Clang, Chief Cherokee, Transmuta-5" ble, not to mention Tearout, winner of the Latonia Derby.