Northern California Angora Guild

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Jenny's American Fuzzy Lop Wins Two Best In Show

Jenny's American Fuzzy Lop Waffles did something extraordinary in the show. At Cow Palace on Saturday, he won a youth Best In Show. Then on Sunday, he won another youth Best In Show.

Jenny had won Best In Show once prior to this weekend. Now twice in two days, it's hard to top something like that.

Congratulations, Jenny.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Tracy's Great Weekend at Cow Palace

Tracy had a great day at Cow Palace. She won Best of Breed and Best Opposite Sex in Satin Angora in all shows. The top picture is her Best of Breed winner Rios Roxanne.

Her white English Angora also did a lot of winning. Her white buck Rios Nyack, shown in the second picture, received his senior leg and became Tracy's first home grown GC English Angora.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Keelyn's Rabbits Win Best In Show and Reserve In Show

Keelyn raises two breeds: Mini Rex and Florida White. She sometimes wins the top honor with her Mini Rex, sometimes with her Florida White.

She had a goal; she would like to win the Best In Show and Reserve In Show with her two breeds in the same show.

On Sunday at Cow Palace, she reached her goal. In the California Rabbit and Cavy youth show A, Keelyn's Mini Rex won all breed Best In Show and her Florida white won Reserve In Show. She is the breeder of both rabbits.

This is a great accomplishment. Congratulations, Keelyn.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Ember Wins Specialty Best In Show

Betty has three different English Angora colored senior does winning the top honor during the 6-show weekend at Cow Palace.

On Saturday at Cow Palace, Northern California Angora Guild sponsored a specialty show judged by Manuel. Ember won the Best In Show in the specialty show.

Ember is also Emilia's daughter, littermate to Emmy who won an all breed Best In Show on Sunday.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Avonah Wins All Breed Reserve In Show and Specialty Best In Show

Avonah had a good day at Cow Palace on Sunday. In Show B, she won Reserve In Show and then in the Angora Specialty Show, she took Best In Show.

In Show B, the Best In Show is once again Randy and Allen's famous Mini Rex. They also took Reserve In Show in Show A. In the second picture, Allen with his Mini Rex are on the left and Betty with her English Angora on the right. The center is Judge Kevin from AZ.

Of the four all breed shows, Randy and Allen's Mini Rex took Best In Show three times and Betty's English Angora took Best In Show once. It's very tough competition in these shows.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Emmy Wins All Breed Best In Show

Betty's English Angora chocolate tort senior doe Chu's Emmy took all breed Best In Show in show A at Cow Palace on Sunday.

Emmy has won an all breed Reserve In Show two weeks ago at Stockton. This is her second big win. She is following mama Emilia's footstep in shows.

Tom from Oregon is the judge who picked Emmy as the Best In Show.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Randy and Allen's Mini Rex Win Best In Show

California Rabbit and Cavy Shows and Grand National Livestock Show are having a joint adventure. On Saturday, there are double open double youth shows plus an Angora Specialty; then the same to be repeated on Sunday.

In the double open shows on Saturday, Randy and Allen's two different Mini Rex won all breed Best In Show. Top picture is Allen with the show A winner and the second picture is Allen with the show B winner. Randy is judging Rex National during the Grand National show.