Brilliant Irish jockey John Egan continued to cut a victorious swathe through Macau racing with a double on yesterday's Fat Choy Cup card. Egan combined with fellow Irishman Dan Murphy to score on the appropriately named Double Up in the seventh before completing his brace of winners on pick-up ride Money Horse for Louis Ho in the 10th. The double took Egan to 13 winners for his two-month winter stint at Taipa and left Murphy chuffed to bits. 'Double Up isn't the most straightforward of rides. John kept him interested but also showed great patience waiting for the run to come on the inside. 'When it did, he was in there like a rat up a drainpipe. It was a great ride. I couldn't have done it better myself,' laughed Murphy, who rode many winners in Ireland and England before embarking on his training career. Egan had fortune on his side though in the 10th event as he was a late replacement for Ray Cochrane on Money Horse. Cochrane, another whose riding has stood out in Macau as of the highest quality, has missed the past couple of meetings due to concussion. He hopes to be back in action tomorrow. The big race, the Fat Choy Cup, went to the Joe Lau-trained Jumbo Link at a surprisingly generous 23-1. Jumbo Link had no luck in running last time but yesterday was given a copybook ride just behind the speed by reigning champion jockey John Didham. Didham was also in double form taking the 11th on the George Williams-trained Good Partner and is well on the way to defending his title. And Uncle Bill Tung's remarkable transition from television to training continued unabated when his exciting griffin, Fair Comment, ran out a cosy winner of the third. Tung has now sent out 15 winners in his first season with a licence.