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AP bows out on Box Office as Betfred boss pays tribute to 20-time champion

There wasn't a dry eye in the house as AP McCoy bowed out on a sparkling career as 20 times champion jockey at Sandown.
The Scoop6 rolled and Scoop6 Super Club pick Borther Tedd, under his long term rival Richard Johnson, finished in front in the final leg - AP's last race.  
Betfred boss Fred Done has paid tribute to AP McCoy after the 20-time champion jockey bade farewell to race-riding at Sandown this afternoon.
The 41-year-old was unable to get on the scoresheet at the Esher track and ended his career with a staggering 4,348 winners.
Betfred boss Fred Done said: “It’s been a privilege to watch AP ride for the last 23 years.  He’s a legend and I count myself incredibly lucky to call him a friend.  I would have loved to see him go out with a winner, but he’s had one hell of a career and I wish him all the best for the future.”
Scoop6 Super Club salute the champion jockey - who has ridden some fabulous winners in our bets down the years - so now we will have to nail our next winning Scoop6 ticket on a future champion.