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I CHURCHILL DOWNS NOTES I $ C. H. Ferguson motored down from Keene-land over the week-end and made reservations for stalls for ten horses. Chester OMalley has four horses in his charge awaiting the opening of the local meeting. For his own account he has Derby Dusk, Dee Dee Jean, and Which Blond, and for Mrs. B. F. Clark he has Matine. Arthur Perossier, who is conditioning five head for the Sherbrook Farm of E. Grater, also has taken over the training of Val-vesta, a three-year-old, for Mattingly and Kenney. Five horses make up the stable which J. J. Conway is getting ready for the local season. They are Squads Right and High Explosive, owned by Mrs. W. J. Wertz, and Pawn Ticket, Mammy B. and Belle B., the property of Mrs. C. T. Berry. Former jockey William Crump, who trains a division of the King Ranch horses, wired for stalls for ten horses at Latonla, having decided to pass up the Churchill Downs meeting. Crump will send his string directly to Latonia, from Texas. Track superintendent Tom Young has set aside ten stalls for E. B. Carpenter, whose stable, headed by Empty Bottle, is en route hero from Arlington Downs. He will be quartered at Douglas Park. Moandmo, Happy Chatter and Last Hop, the latter a two-year-old brown gelding, by Witchmount Hopscotch, make up the modest stable which former jockey Bert L. Kennedy is training for Charles Leist. The veteran jockey. Bill Boganowski, departed for Aurora, where he will await the opening of the meeting there. According to word received by C. Hyde Smith, W. E. Irwin, owner of the Oddesa Farm stable, is critically ill in Detroit. The Oddest Farm stable is one of the largest at the Downs. I Dr. N. E, Southard, veterinarian, has returned from New York and Maryland after an absence of several wce:s.