Miinnehoma - who was the oldest surviving winner of the Grand National - died peacefully at the weekend at the grand age of 29.
David Pipe, whose father Martin trained Miinnehoma to win Aintree's most famous race in 1994, paid tribute to the horse on his website today.
"He will always be most famously remembered for providing my father with his Grand National victory under Richard Dunwoody," David wrote. "[Miinnehoma] was a wonderful old horse – a real character - and he remained at the yard under the care of our former head lad until the very end… He was a great champion and will be missed by all associated with him."
The gelding won a total of 11 times and amassed nearly £250,000 in prizemoney during his career. He will be fondly remembered by the racing community.