“Adversity causes some men to break; Others break records”                                                                              – William Arthur Ward

Sir Anthony McCoy OBE is the greatest jump jockey of all time and one of the world’s highest profile sporting personalities. Sir Anthony dominated his sport for over 2 decades, recently ending a truly phenomenal career as Champion Jockey for the 20th consecutive year. He recorded 4357 wins, including the 2010 Grand National, the prestigious Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase & King George VI Chase. Sir Anthony remained at the top of his sport for 1040 weeks –  longer than any other sporting talent. The 41-year old is the only sportsman of his kind to have been awarded ‘BBC Sports Personality of the Year’ (2010), the ‘BBC Sports Personality Lifetime Achievement Award’ (2015) & ‘BT’s Outstanding Contribution to Sport Award’ (2015).

Sir Anthony spent his career setting records which will not be broken in our lifetimes – a tribute to his stamina, endurance, motivation and dedication to the world of sport. We have had champions, we have had legends, but we will never have another AP McCoy.

“AP” (as he is also known) is associated with strong brands that reflect his ambition, endurance and motivation. He is part of the new ITV Racing team, having co-presented at the key race meeting for Channel 4 last year. AP is also a Global Ambassador for Albert Bartlett, Laureus, William Hill, an Ambassador for Close Brothers & Randox Health. AP is an exclusive columnist for The Times newspaper. He is also President of the Professional Jockey’s Association, President of the Injured Jockeys Fund, a Trustee for the Sir Peter O’Sullevan Charitable Trust, Patron of RoR, Patron of Alder Hey Hospital, Ambassador for Tiny Tickers and he has recently opened an AP Academy for injured jockeys.

A documentary style film about Sir Anthony is currently top of the itunes film chart, having been shown recently in over 200 cinemas across the UK and Ireland. “Being AP” premiered at the Toronto Film Festival (just 20 from 6000 films were chosen) as well as in Dublin and in London. He has published autobiographies such as “Winner: My Racing Life” and a fictional book “Taking the Fall“.

As a result of his outstanding career, Sir Anthony is an exceptional key note, after-dinner, corporate and motivational speaker. His experience, humour and personality endears him to any audience: his stories from the saddle, his addiction to winning, his fear of failure, his drive to be the best at all times, his determination & motivation, breaking bones over 700 times, the pressures and dangers of his sport makes for a lively Q&A. His talks also covers “Sport Meets Business” concepts.


2015 Awards

  • BBC SPOTY Lifetime Achievement Award
  • IYF Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Sir Peter O’Sullevan Award
  • HOYS Equestrian of the Year Award
  • BT Sport Outstanding Contribution to Sport Award
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Media Work

  • BBC Radio 5 Live
  • TalkSPORT
  • ITV Racing co-presenter
  • Channel 4 Racing (former analyst)
  • Sunday Brunch
  • ITV’s Play To The Whistle
  • A Question of Sport panellist
  • Goals On Sunday (Sky Sports)
  • ESPN
  • Soccer AM (Sky)
  • BT Sport
  • A League Of Their Own
  • TFI Friday Special
  • The Clare Balding Show
  • The Late, Late Show
  • The Tommy Tiernan Show
  • Know The Score, RTE
  • Columnist for The Times


2016 Accolades

  • Appointed President of the Injured Jockeys Fund
  • Becomes Patron of RoR
  • Patron of Alder Hey Hospital
  • Appointed Ambassador for Close Brothers
  • Appointed Ambassador for Randox Health
  • Announced as Co-Pres for ITV Racing

Did you know, AP has:

  • broken bones more than 700 times
  • ridden the equivalent of 1.7 times around the world
  • spent a record-setting 3 minutes in a cryotherapy room, at temperatures of -150 degrees after fracturing 2 vertebrae

Champion Jockey for the first time

Won the Scottish Grand National

Won the Queen Mother Chase

Set National Hunt Record for most winners in a season

Won King George VI Chase

Appointed MBE

Won the Irish Champion Hurdle

Won the Irish Grand National

First jockey to reach 3,000 career wins

  • Won the Grand National
  • BBC Sports Personality of the Year
  • Appointed OBE
  • Won Champion Hurdle for a third time
  • Received Jaguar Academy of Sport Award

Won Cheltenham Gold Cup

  • Reached 4,000 career wins
  • 3 Guinness World Records
  • Named RTE's Irish Sports Personality of the Year
  • Third at BBC Sports Personality of the Year

  • Fastest ever century of winners in a season (just 44 days)
  • Crowned 19 times Champion Jump Jockey
  • Broke Martin Pipe's 4091 record

  • Reaches 200 winners at Newbury
  • Announces retirement by end of season
  • Wins the Irish Hennessy
  • "Being AP" filming underway for cinema

  • 20 times Champion Jockey
  • Rode 4,348 winners
  • 1,040 weeks spent at Number One

  • "Being AP" selected for Toronto Film Festival
  • Won Doncaster Leger Legends Race
  • 'Being AP' tops iTunes film chart
  • Signs exclusive deal with C4 racing
  • Autobiography 'Winner' Published
  • Knighted in New Year Honours List

  • Publishes 'Narrowing The Field' (fiction)
  • Opens AP Academy for Injured Jockeys
  • Patron of RoR
  • Stobart Championship Ambassador
  • Appointed Ambassador for Close Brothers
  • Appointed Ambassador for Randox Health

Brands Sponsors

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tinytickers  Cheltenham  5 Live logo  Orion  Jumeriah logo
 randox  Retraining of Racehorses  Close Brothers  alderhey3 Great British Racing
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