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SUCCESSFUL RIDERS IN THE SUBURBAN. New York, July 20.— Inking over the list of jockeys who have ridden Suburban winners since 1884, when the big race was inaugurated, it develops that Bilh Donahue, who rode General Monro.- that year. Is training borne* abroad. Willie Martin, who 1..-.H.II. ,l Elkwood in isvs. is now training for the Beverwvc k Stable after a long banishment . Snapper Qarrlstm, who had the log up on GraeeUad and Molilalia in ISNB and 1NI2 respectively, is doing a monologue in vaudeville. Isaac Murphy, the famous .olore.l Jurkey, who rode the great Salvator to vie tory iu IMA, is dead. So is Marty Bergen, who p rioted Leaataka in UN. Patsy MeDertnotl and Patsy MeCoe, the riders of Lowlander in 1*93 sod Rlnfey Mac k in IMS respectively, have also passed ■way. IM Taral. the handler of Ramapo in 1*94. owns a hotel in New York after a long series ..l successes on tTnusji ■■ race courses. Harry Griffin, who the mount on Henry of Navarre in 1866. was a bookmaker on the New York tracks until the Hart -Agnew law went Into effect. Willie Siinins. the rehired jockey, who rode Ben Brush in 1867. owns property in Brooklyn ami is a racing regular. Nahh Turner, the rider of the famous mare. Imp. in 1 80S, nan been raining horses in Frame for a number of rears. Bewry Spencer, "the iceman." who brought iUredn home in M01. is a New York l*.nif:icc. I«c|m Wonderty. the rider of QaM Heels in i:ki2. is dealt, and Graver Cleveland Iuller. who bad the noon l on Africander in UMB. is ■ ulMpIt, the result of a fall at Jamaica. Arthur Rciferu. who ca borne In I Humph with the 1910.sh0,000 Kermis iu MH. got a license this year and went to England, presumably to accept mounts. Frank ONeill, Sf Idamrs pilot in 1MB, is riding for w. K. Van-dcrbill i.t France with marked sweens. Willie Shaw. Go Between s rider in RKtO. Is tilling another lucrative engagement In Germany. Willie IKigan. who won with Keakm in 1907. is too heavy to ride and has retired. Jjoe Notter. who scored a memorable success with Ballot iu VMis. is still in the saddle, as is Eddie Dngan. who rode Fitz Herbert to victory la* t vear. G. Archibald was up ou this years win ner, blambala.