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Toronto International Film Festival: Being Ap

A feature documentary following AP McCoy – the greatest jump jockey of all time. As he passes his 40th birthday, an age beyond which most jockeys are unable to continue, AP contemplates his obsession with winning, the years of sacrifice that he has endured to become the champion he is, the chase for a 20th successive championship and then a future without racing.

Toronto International Film Festival

New champion jockeys for both codes this season as Richard Hughes retires

By Simon Jackson.

Both flat and national hunt racing will have new champion jockeys this season following the retirement of reigning flat champion Richard Hughes at Goodwood on Saturday. 476 more words

Horse Talk

Victoria Pendleton makes her debut as an amateur jockey at Newbury

By Simon Jackson.

Olympic gold medallist Victoria Pendleton makes her debut as an amateur jockey at Newbury today where she rides Mighty Mambo in the George Frewer Charity Race. 352 more words


Who should replace AP McCoy as JP McManus' retained jockey?

So the end of the 2014/2015 jumps season saw the 20 time champion jockey AP McCoy retire from the saddle. Racing fans across the world have become accustomed to seeing AP riding winners in the famous green and yellow silks of JP McManus. 380 more words

Horse Racing

Sports Round Up! (19-26th April)

The second sports round up! The fact this is being written I feel is a slight personal achievement, so that’s always nice! But yeah, again my views on some of the week’s sport, and all that entails! 662 more words


What next when Legends retire?

With remarkable coincidence two Legends of their respective sports retired on the same weekend.

AP McCoy champion jockey in 20 consecutive seasons and Paula Radcliffe… 307 more words

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Review of the 2014/15 season

The lasting memory of this season will of course be the retirement of AP McCoy after 20 years as Champion jockey. He is not only a great sportsmen but a great ambassador for a sport that he epitomises all that is great about. 937 more words