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Sir Anthony Peter McCoy was born on May 4th 1974 in Moneyglass, County Antrim, making him currently 46 years old. Even if you don’t follow horse racing you know the name AP McCoy. He would win the professional equivalent every year since turning pro in the 1995/6 season. Why Chelsea defender Reece James was sent off after final whistle as Denmark beat England. On December 16th of the same year AP reached the 150 winners landmark after riding a double at Ffos Las. Mr Anthony McCoy.

Grand National 2010: Tony McCoy secures his reputation as a sporting colossus His place in the sporting pantheon was never in doubt but there was always something cruelly missing from AP McCoy… The closest to him is Richard Johnson, who currently, at the time of writing this has 3745 wins. AP McCoy basically broke every bone in his body whilst riding and still came through it to continue. This one was a tough one to write up as I have read different figures on different pages so I didn’t know what was 100% accurate, so it took a lot of different sources stating the same things before I wrote it. AP joined forces with JP McManus in 2004 after reportedly being offered a £1 million a year retainer. AP McCoy then announced live on Channel 4 that he would be retiring at the end of the 2014-2015 National Hunt Season after winning the Game Spirit Chase on Mr Mole which was his 200th win of the season. He then broke his own record for the fastest century of winners in a season, his 100th winner coming on Arabic History at Newton Abbot on August 21st just 116 days into the season, beating his previous record of 130.
Mr Anthony McCoy. But I thought it would be super interesting to get into the nitty gritty and look at the facts and figures behind the great man and really investigate his career. McCoy won the 2010 Grand National on Jonjo O’Neill’s Don’t Push It. ‘I’d like Tiger Roll to win the Virtual Grand National. Finally, on his 15th attempt Anthony Peter McCoy won the Grand National on April 10th 2010 on Jonjo O’Neill’s horse Don’t Push It owned by J.P McManus. Secondly is Martin Pipe with 694. On December 11th 1999 AP rode his 1000th winner Majadou at Cheltenham. Again these stats were found only on one source so I’m hoping they are as accurate as possible.

Enter your email address to follow my blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Phillip Hobbs’ nine-year-old took the Grand Annual in the trusty hands of McCoy, this the race that would be named in his honour in his last ever Cheltenham Festival meeting as a jockey in 2015. The Greatest Jockeys and Horses of the Grand National August 5, 2020 - 12:18 pm Horse Racing Strategy July 27, 2020 - 10:09 am Jumps Racing Returns In Ireland June 23, 2020 - 1:18 pm He was then crowned Champion Jockey for the 19th consecutive time, extending his record even further. One of the greatest racing spectacles of the season is the Grand National.. If anything is incorrect then please do let me know via Twitter. I think we can all agree that he broke all sorts of records and will go down in history as one of the greatest.