(Mary looking at a choc tort doe)
(Photo above: Chris examining the body of a white English Angora)
(Photo on the left: Cathy looking at a baby English Angora)
In the RPSCV and the NCAG shows on Saturday, we were very fortunate to have been assigned three wonderful judges: Chris, Mary and Cathy. Ladies tend to have more tender hands, and it was certainly true last Saturday.
In the top photo is Mary who is from Texas, she is the featured judge of this show. She is a top English Lop breeder and was instrumental in creating the Velveteen Lops. Mary is checking on a colored doe when our NCAG president Charlie looks on.
Chris in the second photo judged our NCAG show, she is a top Holland Lop breeder, one of the very favorite judges in our area. We always have a good time when she judges. In the picture, she is checking the body type of a white English Angora by pushing down the fluffy coat.
Cathy in the third photo from the top is checking on the little 9-week-old bunny. She has this big smile on her face that is infectious. Cathy has been appointed to the ARBA Standard Committee, one of the most prestigious committees. She sure will be very busy in the convention this year.
All three ladies will be judging in the ARBA national convention which is coming up in about 2-1/2 weeks. We really had good fortune to have gotten these three wonderful ladies to judge our breed.
Kim was the writer for all three judges when the English and French Angora were judged.