Sport: Death of Dice

A year ago Harry Payne Whitney, generous turfman, sold four horses for a song, because Ogden Mills and Ogden Mills' sister (Mrs. Henry C. Phipps) were his good friends, because he wished them luck with their new Wheatley Stables. One of the four yearlings, a slender bay colt with a reckless eye, bore the name of Dice.

Last week champion two-year-old Dice, his long narrow legs playing up and down like fire, stepped out of a Saratoga stable where he was being groomed for the morrow's Saratoga Special. Gaily he loped a practice...

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