|Retriever Hall of Fame-1995, 1972 Derby List, qualified for two National Opens 3 National Amateurs,was a finalist in 1975. Had 29 Open Points and 24 amateur Points.
Sire of 13 Field Trial titled offspring.
Judy Aycock purchased Raider as a puppy and trained him with the help of Rex Carr. Raider was the most physically tough dog Rex had ever trained. Jim Swan had called about Raider for his client, Fred Benners, after an evaluation period Benners purchased Raider. Raider was on the 1972 derby list and an AFC when Judy sold him at 3 1/2.
Raider qualified for two National Opens and three National Amateurs. He was a finalist of both in 1975. Performance records show 29 Open points and 24 Amateur points.
Sire of thirteen titled dogs. Among these titled offspring were the 1976 high point derby, FC-AFC Carr Lab-Raiders Gain, FC-AFC Carr-Lab's Washington's Weeko, FC-AFC Crook's Pork And Beans, FC-AFC Raider's Piper Cub, and the 1976 NFC-AFC San Joaquin Honcho.