McCoy: The Autobiography
Seven-time champion jockey Tony McCoy is a phenomenon. In April 2002 he rode more winners in a season than anyone else in history, shattering the record set by the great Sir Gordon Richards fifty-five years earlier. Just four months later he rode his 1,700th winner to beat Richard Dunwoody's career record and become the greatest jump jockey in history.
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