Fans sign in for AP McCoy's send-off with personal tributes
As Tony McCoy's last ever ride in the Grand National approaches, the racing festival at Aintree and Liverpool itself has been celebrating his record-breaking career.
A special wall has been set up at the course for people to write their own personal tributes to the man who rewrote the record books many times over.
A picture of the wonder jockey has also been beamed on to the world-famous Liver Building on Liverpool's iconic docks.
Many race fans will be hoping AP goes out with a bang tomorrow by securing a winner in his 20th ride in the big race which is watched and bet on by millions around the world.
However, he may not have luck on his side. A 104-year-old man, believed to be Britain's oldest and "unluckiest" punter, has backed McCoy to win his last Grand National so they can both "retire gracefully".
George Atkinson met the 19-time champion jockey ahead of the Aintree showpiece as he bids to end a run of seven decades without success.