Frederick Thomas Winter (20 September – 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 (Sundew) and (Kilmore), and as a trainer in (Jay Trump) and (Anglo).
[The Oxford Times] - Miss Winter, the 54-year-old daughter of jockey and racehorse trainer Fred Winter, ran a livery yard at Kingston Lisle near Wantage, where her clients included trainers Nicky Henderson and Sir Henry Cecil and syndicate manager Henry Ponsonby.
[Telegraph.co.uk (blog)] another Gold Cup winner, whose most remarkable victory was the Grand Steeplechase de Paris, a race in which one of his reins broke on the first circuit; It took a remarkable piece of horsemanship by the great Fred Winter to guide him home
[Bet Asia] - He has always been a hard horse to train, and has only won one race since landing the Fred Winter at the Cheltenham Festival, and a return to fences could beckon if he runs below form once again here. Clerk's Choice is probably best when fresh
[Yorkshire Post] - The former – trained by the genius that was Fred Winter – was a dual Champion Hurdle winner in the early 1970s, the winner of 13 consecutive races, before switching to steeplechase fences with considerable distinction until injury claimed his life.
The Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Race – 16:50PM. In recent years, the Grade 1 JCB Triumph Hurdle has become a much better Cheltenham race and the Juvenile division a much more exciting playing field, all in thanks to this excellent handicap hurdle race for the “best of the rest” in the four-year-old hurdling division.