Case enjoys a double as Phare Isle follows up

Edgcote trainer Ben Case enjoyed a double on Monday
Edgcote trainer Ben Case enjoyed a double on Monday

Edgcote trainer Ben Case enjoyed an across the card double at Chepstow and Market Rasen on Monday.

Midnight Jazz won the Green & Co Accountants Mares Novices Hurdle at Chepstow with Daryl Jacob partnering the five-year-old while Phare Isle won the 32Red.com Handicap Hurdle at Market Rasen under David Bass.

Phare Isle’s win came on the back of the ten-year-old’s first win for three years on his 50th appearance at Huntingdon at the end of March.

Cantlow was unable to give AP McCoy a fitting farewell at Fairyhouse in the 19-times champion jockey’s final BoyleSports Irish Grand National.

The Paul Webber trained ten-year-old finished sixth in Monday’s race, an improvement of two places on his run 12 months ago for the Mollington handler.