Fred Winter

Frederick Thomas Winter, (20 September 1926 – 5 April 2004) was a British National Hunt racing racehorse jockey and trainer. He was British jump racing Champion Jockey four times and British jump racing Champion Trainer eight times. He is the only person to have won the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle and Grand National as both jockey and trainer. Winter won the Grand National four times, as a jockey in 1957 (Sundew) and 1962 (Kilmore), and as a trainer in 1965 (Jay Trump) and 1966 (Anglo).

His most famous victory as a jockey was on Mandarin in the 1962 Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris at Auteuil. His victory despite his illness, a broken bit and Mandarin breaking down in the last half-mile was voted the greatest ride ever in a 2006 Racing Post poll. The race was listed in The Guardian as one of the greatest races ever.

As a jockey he rode a then-record 923 National Hunt winners before his retirement in 1964. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Winter, Fred
Published 1949
Springer Vienna

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by Winter, Fred
Published 1942
Springer Vienna

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by Winter, Fred
Published 1930
Springer Vienna

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by Winter, Fred
Published 1949
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by Winter, Fred
Published 1942
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Winter, Fred, Mann, H.
Published 1932
Springer Berlin Heidelberg