Published Friday, 01 November 2013
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The Moneyglass man won the Grade 2 WKD Hurdle on Jezki for Jessica Harrington on the first day of the racing festival.
It's the second time McCoy has won at the racecourse which is celebrating its 20th year.
Despite the course being close to McCoy's home turf, it has been five years since he last took part in the festival.
He celebrated his win with his entire family.
After the race McCoy told UTV he wasn't troubled throughout the race.
He said: "We had a good start, and although conditions weren't the best I was always happy.
"I made sure of it, but it was a nice day out and it wasn't too physically demanding.
"It's good to win anywhere, but to be back at Down Royal for the first time in five years and win is nice."
The win puts the legendary sportsman just eight off winning 4,000 races.
He added: "I am always proud to win and hopefully in the next few weeks I will get it and when I do it will be big.
"But for me I take it day-by-day and for me the most important thing is to win the 19th championship."
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