|Occupation||Trainer, Owner, Breeder|
|Born||26 May 1916|
|Died||21 June 2011|
|Major racing wins, honours and awards|
|Major racing wins|
|British Classic Race wins as trainer:
Epsom Derby (2)
|British flat racing Champion Trainer (1969)|
|Windmill Girl, Blakeney, Morston|
Budgett purchased the mare Windmill Girl in 1962. Two of her foals were named after neighbouring villages in Norfolk, Blakeney and Morston, as was Blakeney's sire Hethersett. Blakeney went on to win the 1969 Derby and Morston followed up by winning the 1973 Derby.
Budgett retired in 1975.
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- Armytage, Marcus (2009-05-31). "ARTHUR BUDGETT: A rare breed indeed". Telegraph. Retrieved 2010-08-17.
- Curling, Bill (1977). DERBY DOUBLE. The Unique story of Racehorse Trainer Arthur Budgett. London: William Luscombe Publisher Limited. ISBN 0-86002-164-5.
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