FORMER Sydney champion jockey John Marshall continued his excellent season with a 105-1 double that took him into double figures for the campaign and third place in the championship. Marshall was understandably delighted with the performance of Champman River (7-2 favourite) in winning the featured Peninsula Golden Jubilee Challenge Cup and did himself and retaining trainer John Moore a favour when 30-1 chance Easy Beat obliged late in the programme. Champman River's excellent performance confirmed that he was not done with winning. He was coming back in distance, drawn wide and had top weight, but none of it mattered. Marshall pushed the Brian Kan Ping-chee galloper into the race from the outside draw, worked hard on straightening to get him going, and then Champman River really did the rest. ''He quickened very well and he is a good horse. I was delighted with his performance. One of these days, he is going to get a good alley and have no trouble at all in the run and he'll annihilate them. ''I have been very bullish about this horse since he went to Brian Kan, who has done a good job with him. When he won so well over 1,400 metres, he was just about dead right for that race so there wasn't a lot that had to be done with him since then. ''And Brian just kept him ticking over nicely. He was ready to run a big race and I knew I had them soon after we straightened,'' added Marshall, whose tally for the season is now 11. Champman River went right away close home and was a length and a half clear of Bo Shing Winner (18-1), who lunged late along the rails and cut out mud-loving Sky High (10-1). Fighting Strike (20-1), having his fourth run of the season, finished fourth for Dave Penna from his wide draw, while Heavily Armed (10-1) showed he was beginning to find his form, finishing fifth. But there was no joy at all for the supporters of Clear Classic (5-1), who never gave a yelp and finished ninth in the full field of 14. Marshall's second winner came in the 1,900-metre seventh event with Easy Beat (30-1) just lasting against the late-finishing topweight Always Money Comes (20-1). Easy Beat had turned in a good trial 10 days ago in the special hit-out to test the new cutaway rail used for the D Course that went into operation last week. It was a run that had pleased trainer John Moore, but the joint champion did have reservations. ''It was more his soft ground form, although the going came up not that bad at all. That had me a bit worried, but he did please me in the trial and I certainly gave him a good each-way chance,'' said Moore. Always Money Comes, who has been showing gradual improvement, was really wound up by Jackie C. K. Tse in the final 200 metres and was cutting down Easy Beat. They crossed the line together, but Marshall, on the inside, had done enough and the eight-year-old Australian gelding was home. There was officially a head between them with third-placed Total Success (8-1) a further length and a quarter back. The costly flop in the race was 5-2 favourite A Fortune, ridden by visiting Jeff Lloyd, who was never a factor and finished ninth in the full field.