Cavaliers of the Northeast
Welcome to Cavaliers of the Northeast
The Cavalier Club of the Northeast is a regional club associated with the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club, Inc. (CKCSC-USA). CKCSC-USA is the original and largest Cavalier Club in the USA. The club was incorporated in 1956 and is devoted to the health and welfare of Cavaliers.
Cavaliers of the Northeast (CNE) includes 12 states from Maine to Maryland and holds four major 3-day Shows annually, devoted exclusively to Cavaliers. These shows (see Upcoming Events) are weekend shows, starting on Friday and ending on Sunday afternoon. During these show weekends there are a variety of events that change depending upon which shows are offered. They include Puppy Classes, Agility, Obedience, Children Handling, Conformation Judging to determine the Best in Show Cavaliers. At many of the shows there are Lectures, Seminars, Health Clinics, Photographers and displays of Cavalier materials, books and gifts. In other words, there is something for everyone, not just the Cavalier Breeder and Exhibitor. Pet owners are welcome and encouraged to attend.
November 6-9, 2014
Holiday Inn, York, PA.
Puppy Sweeps, Three Conformation Shows, Children’s Handling & More.
Sweeps:: Rachel Venier (Orchardhill --US)
Friday-Anne Fitzpatrick (Corduke-IRE)
Saturday- David Frederick (Twickenham--US)
Sunday- Rob Dix (Beewye-UK)
Date Premium will be received: 9/22-9/26
Postmark closing date: 10/17/2014
Hotel Reservation Cutoff Date: 10/05/2014
Agility, Point Show, Puppy Sweeps
March 12-15, 2015
Health Clinic, Point Show, Puppy Sweeps
POTY: Hans Boelaars (VH Lamslag- NE)
Friday (COS): David Moger (Gayhalo-UK)
Saturday (COS): TBD
Sunday (CNE): Paula Stark (Tayfern--UK)
Puppy of the Year, 3 Conformation Shows, Children's Handling, Health Clinics, Banquet and more
Structure & Movement Workshop - August 3, 2013
The day started out to be rather dismal, with clouds and rain. But it did not deter those who drove long distances to attend CNE's Structure & Movement Workshop, held at the home of Anne Eckersley. We had a tend but decided to move the examination of the dogs inside until the rain subsided. Here you see a shaved down Cavalier which allowed participants to see the skeleton of the dog more clearly.
Bright pink tape was used to point out the various points of the bones and create the angles of interest to judges and breeders. We also used washable markers but those were difficult to draw on fur.
After a delicious lunch provided by Jaime Redniss, we all congregated outside to review the same dogs we just examined on the table, in motion on a leash. Lots of discussion ensued – we did not all agree – of course!!
I'll be the lookout – you chew the tent ties and let's let this sucker fly!!
Some of the attendees at the seminar, engrossed in learning about the breed
After it was all over, we could relax and play with those tormented with colored sticky tape, gaiting and being examined on the table!
As is typical with a group of breeders, discussion continues…..!!
Alright – enough already about Cavaliers! You would not want to hear what I have to say about THAT breed!!
We were SO tired after the event but we enjoyed great company, great food and great discussion. Make sure those who could not attend, join us again in the future!