Jockey AP McCoy said he felt "relieved" and "proud" after riding his 4,000th winner:
The horse was fantastic. You can't win any horse race without their help and I've ridden some fantastic horses.
There is a sense of relief, no doubt, but for the first time in my life I feel a sense of pride of what I've achieved.
This is the quickest sport in the world to bring you back down, but I do feel and happy and proud of what I've done.
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