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Specialty Shows 2023 Judges

FRIDAY Conformation: E. Ted Rogerson, Rabymar Cavaliers

Ted Rogers

Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Edward (Better known as Ted) Rogerson. I was born and raised in Sunderland in the Northeast of England, where I have lived for most of my life.


Whilst growing up I had various pets, ranging from a cross bred dog, rabbits, pet mice, pigeons, and chickens to a racing greyhound. Pat and I met and married in the seventies when I began to breed and race greyhounds at the local tracks in the Northeast.


Ever since she was a little girl Pat always wanted a Cavalier, so we made the decision to buy one…she was a lovely Blenheim bitch (at the time we thought there was only one color!). That’s when we found out there were other colors, and we soon acquired a Ruby and a Tri-color. It was at this point we finally gave up the greyhounds! Still keen to have a Black & Tan, a friend advised us to contact Sheila Smith, which we duly did and took our Ruby girl to Rheinvelt Ringold Von Salador. The result was three pups. Two dogs and a lovely bitch (we kept a dog and the bitch). We were advised to show them and to our delight won a numb er of classes at open show level with our girl! She later produced Rabymar Special Edition who enjoyed considerable success at open and championship shows. By this time we were truly bitten by the show bug! We have continued with these lines and happily have experienced some success with the progeny.


I have been fortunate to be asked to judge the breed, which I thoroughly enjoy at all levels and although my personal preference is for whole colors (which I think I tend to be more critical of). I really do appreciate a sound and glamorous parti-color cavalier.

FRIDAY Sweeps: Penny Freberg, Saranade Cavaliers

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SATURDAY Conformation: Shirley "Charlie" Fippin; Athercroft Cavaliers

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SATURDAY Juniors: Susan Shidler of Seven Woods Cavaliers

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