Saturday, April 14, 2007
Friday, April 13, 2007
It is so much fun to watch Dancing with Stars. Needless to say, the dancers are very good at what they do. Another fun thing is to see the resemblance of some of the participants to our rabbit lovers.
At the top is Adam with Betty and Doug when he won Reserve In Show with his American Fuzzy Lop last November.
On the left is Ian Ziering of Dancing with Stars with his professional dancing partner Cheryl Burke.
Do you think Ian could be Adam's relative?
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Carol G's All Breed Show Judging Debut
Carol G. passed the 8-show requirement with flying colors. Now she is an all breed judge.
She judged a specialty show a few weeks ago; it's her first all breed show debut on Saturday.
One of the first breeds Carol judged was the Netherland Dwarf. Allen won the Best of Breed shown in the top photo. The same rabbit went on to win the Best In Show in show B.
In the second picture, Carol is checking a black English Angora.
In the third picture, Carol is examining the French Angora BOB during the Best In Show judging.
Carol did a great job; we look forward to her judging in future shows.
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
NCAG Specialty Show
Northern California Angora Guild held a specialty show in conjunction with the CRCS show on Saturday. Our judge was Leslie; she picked a slate of all white senior does.
The top photo is Betty's English Angora white senior doe Melea that won the Best of Breed and the Best In Show.
The second photo is Carol's French Angora white senior doe Natasha that won the Best of Breed.
The third photo is Tracy's Satin Angora white senior doe Flurry that won the Best of Breed.
There were a good number of entries, all had a great time. We have double specialty shows scheduled on 4/28/07 at Monterey. We hope even more exhibitors and rabbits will join us in this fun activity.
Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Best In Show in Show A and Show B
At the CRCS shows in Stockton, show A Best In Show was a white Satin senior doe, well known for her appetite for her big daddy Mike's arms. The harder she gets Mike, the higher the probability of winning the Best In Show! Her name is Bar-B-Q, named for the thoughts that Mike and Dolores had when their arms became Bar-B-Q's snack. Top photo shows Mike with Bar-B-Q and judge Carol G.
Allen won the Best In Show in show B with his Netherland Dwarf, shown in the second photo.
Congratulations to Mike and Allen.
Monday, April 09, 2007
Melea Wins All Breed Reserve In Show
After a long hiatus, the Camp Angora occupants went back to shows on Saturday in Stockton.
The double shows were sponsored by the California Rabbit and Cavy Shows (CRCS). In show A, Betty's English Angora white senior doe Chu's Melea took Reserve In Show.
The top photo is judge Carol G. and Betty holding Melea. The second photo is Melea relaxing at her grooming stand.