Champion jockey Tony McCoy, who has dominated the sport for 20 years, retires April 25, 2015, aged 40. He wants one more top win before the big day, the Grand National at Aintree on April 11, 2015.
McCoy said, "I want to go out at the top, I want to go out as champion jockey and it will be my 20th year if I can win the jockeys' championship." According to the BBC, McCoy says he is likely to "stop riding there and then" if he wins the Grand National.
The jump racing season ends in Britain at Sandown on April 15.
Tony McCoy has ridden over 4,300 winners, including 31 at the Cheltenham Festival, jump racing's showpiece.
Date written/update: 2015-03-22