Champion jockey AP McCoy set for big interview in Leeds

Tony 'AP' McCoy with Mr Mole at Newbury Racecourse, Newbury. Picture by Julian Herbert/PA Wire.
Tony 'AP' McCoy with Mr Mole at Newbury Racecourse, Newbury. Picture by Julian Herbert/PA Wire.
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The man hailed as the greatest jockey of all time will appear in a special question and answer session at Elland Road on June 26.

Tony ‘AP’ McCoy, who rode the last Grand National of his career earlier this month, will take to the stage of the Centenary Pavilion, in Beeston, for a special interview with Channel 4 broadcaster Emma Spencer.

The black tie event, hosted by MJK Events, will raise funds for homelessness charity Simon on the Streets.

AP McCoy has won over 4,300 career races and will be crowned champion jockey for the 20th time at his last race at Sandown this weekend.

Tickets cost from £65 per person. Visit mjksportsevents.co.uk for information.

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