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KRAUS TWO-YEAR-OLDS. New York, January 2. — There are nine two-year-olds belonging to Mr. Kraus in trainer J. Smiths hands at Gravesend. Smith formerly trained the stable of J. L. Holland. The lot is most healthy and promising and the named individuals in it are: Adelaide K., ch. f. by Dieudonue — Quadress. Boots D.. b. c. by Bassetlaw — Minima. Bowery Lass. br. f. by St. Simonian — Lindelette. Century Boy. b. c. by St. Simonian — Labiche. Flower Cup. b. c, by Nasturtium — Handy Cup. Miss Prim. h. f, by Gerolstein — Primeval. Never Late, ch. c, by Snapfell — IantHlna. Pepperwinee. b. c, by Pepper — Tillie Wince. Saratoga Chips, b. c, by Goldfinch — Luetta. The Goldfinch colt is out of the dam "of Walter Miller, which ran well a little last spring. This colt is pnt up on heavy racing lines all over. He is entered in the National Stallion. The Nasturtium colt. Flower Cup_ has well-set body and quarters on good, short legs. He is sure to be a useful sort and will come to hand early. Never Late shows fair racing points, a good shoulder, a bit light in the barrel, but very good quarters. His ankles are a bit on the mushy order. It would lie hard to pick a weak spot in the big bay colt by St. Simonian — Labiche. He shows strength and quality everywhere and his trial last tall was fast. Iepptrwince hasnt as much size as some of the others, but is well put together. The Bassetlaw colt _ is evenly made, has a sensible looking head, strong neck and shoulders, shows good depth through the girth anil splendid hind legs well set under him. He stands 15.2 with his plates on. Adelaide K. is a racy looking chestnut, has tine size, extra heavy in her make-up for a filly and worked a trial last fall of a quarter in 23 seconds. The Gerolstein filly. Miss Prim, though not standing 1bi.ve 14.:; bauds, has a smart, racy look. The older horses in the Kraus barn are all in good winter condition and have been working every day. Robador, George Considine, Citizen. Tcplitza and Mombassa make up the string. Mombassa was bought at the Whitney dispersal sale, is wintering well and looks as though she would make a fair race mare the coming season.