What is Sir AP McCoy's net worth? | The Sun
13th March 2023

SIR AP McCOY is a former National Hunt horse racing jockey and one of the most decorated horse riders to ever grace the sport.

During his iconic career, he most notably won two Cheltenham Gold Cups and the 2010 Grand National.

Cheltenham Festival returns on March 14, and so does Sir AP McCoy, although he won't be returning to the saddle.

The horse racing icon will return as a pundit for ITV during their coverage of the 2023 Cheltenham Festival.

Who is Sir AP McCoy?

Sir Anthony Peter McCoy, OBE, is one of horse racing's most successful jockeys of all time.

The 48-year-old was born in Moneyglass, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.


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During his career, he won 4,358 races, the majority of his wins came in races over fences.

McCoy was named British Jump Racing Champion Jockey a record 20 consecutive times.

He has won major titles, such as the Grand National, the Cheltenham Gold Cup (x2), the Queen Mother Championship Chase, The Champion Hurdle and the King George IV Chase.

What is Sir AP McCoy's net worth?

According to The Richest, Sir AP McCoy has a net worth of $30million.

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In 2009-10 the legendary jockey raked in a huge $4,468,000 in prize money from race wins.

2010 was the year he won the Grand National, where he rode Don't Push It to victory.

The triumph at Aintree was worth a massive £521,052 in prize money, as Don't Push It won by five lengths.

This was his best year in terms of the amount of prize money McCoy took home.

What does Sir AP McCoy do now?

The former Champion Jockey is now a regular pundit on ITV's horse racing coverage.

Sir AP McCoy will feature for ITV at the 2023 Cheltenham Festival, which takes place March 14 – March 17.

He will be joined by the likes of Mick Fitzgerald, Matt Chapman, Megan Nicholls and Kevin Blake on punditry for ITV.

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