Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
Fred Winter (see here), born 20th Sept 1926,
became a trainer, and immediately won 2 Grand Nationals,
trained at Uplands racing stables (bought 1964), Upper Lambourn, nr Newbury, Berkshire,
won Grand National in 1965 with "Jay Trump",
won Grand National in 1966 with "Anglo",
won Champion Hurdle 4 times (1971,1972,1974,1988),
won Cheltenham Gold Cup 1978,
he was the only person ever to win the Grand National, Gold Cup and Champion Hurdle as both jockey and trainer,
won record 8 National Hunt trainers' championships, 1971,72,73,74,75, 1977,78, 1985,
retired as trainer 1989,
his assistant Charlie Brooks became Master of Uplands (he was later famous as the husband of Rebekah Brooks),
Fred died 5th Apr 2004, Swindon, Wiltshire, age 77 yrs,
see obituary and obituary,
Fred Winter rides 100 winners in a season.
Newsreel clip from Saturday 14th March 1953.
Fred Winter wins Grand National in 1957 and 1962.
Fred Winter wins Cheltenham Gold Cup in 1961 and 1962.
Fred Winter wins Grand National in 1962.
Fred Winter trains "Jay Trump" to win the Grand National, 1965.
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