• The remarkable story of an 18 time champion jockey
  • March 1998 and Pomme Secret gives AP his 221st winner of the season - equalling Peter Scudamore's record
  • 2002 and the victory of Valfonic takes AP past Sir Gordon RIchards' record for winners in a season
  • August 2002 and the win of Mighty Montefalco makes AP the all time record jumps winner
  • Mr Mulligan's victory in the 1997 Cheltenham Gold Cup is a breakthrough moment
  • Big wins along the way include Make A Stand in the Champion Hurdle...
  • ...and Edredon Bleu's unforgettable defeat of Direct Route in the 2000 Champion Chase
  • There's victory aboard the great Best Mate in the 2002 King George
  • 2004 starts with a New Year's Day winner for mentor Martin Pipe...
  • ...who fittingly provided AP with his 1000th career win courtesy of Maljimar
  • Another sweet moment - Brave Inca takes the 2006 Champion Hurdle
  • The same calendar year and Exotic Dancer wins the Paddy Power Gold Cup
  • Posting with Wichita Lineman after a career-defining ride at the 2009 Cheltenham Festival
  • Later the same year and Restless D'Artaix is a 3000th career winner
  • 2010 is a year to savour - Binocular wins the Champion Hurdle...
  • ...Albertas Run the Ryanair...
  • ...and most memorably of all Don't Push It the Grand National
  • It's a triumph shared with Jonjo O'Neill and JP McManus
  • The year ends with AP McCoy being crowned BBC Sports Personality Of The Year
  • A year later and there's an OBE from The Queen
  • Synchronised's 2012 Cheltenham Gold Cup win is among the career highlights for this remarkable jockey
  • Mountain Tunes brings up AP's 4000th career success

Tony McCoy: Career in pictures

The remarkable story of an 18 time champion jockey