In the American Fuzzy Lop specialty shows in Portola Valley, the winners are different rabbits.
In the top picture, Christina won the Best of Breed with her solid senior doe Indiana. This doe loves to show off; in this picture, she insists on doing her dancing pose. This is not a "regular" pose for a Fuzzy Lop, but sure is a cute pose. Christina is having a good time watching her naughty girl doing her thing.
In the second picture, Carol G. won the Best Opposite Sex with her solid senior buck Cadet.
The third picture is solid senior buck High Step, winner of the Best of Breed in show B. The fourth photo is broken senior doe Regan, winner of the Best Opposite Sex in show B. Regan, a.k.a. Killer, is the daughter of Indiana, Christina's BOB winner is show A. Regan is full of attitude just like her mother.
The fifth picture is Randy and Carol G. with her two winner rabbits High Step and Regan.
The sixth picture shows judge Brooke with Jennifer who won the Best of Breed and Best Opposite Sex in the youth show A. Jennifer also won the same in show B.
There were a good number of entries in the shows. Congratulations to the winners.