Northern California Angora Guild

Sunday, November 09, 2014

English Angora Aisle and Judging

According to the numbers listed on the convention entry site, there were 85 English Angora entered.   There are a few empty coops plus some wrote "scratch" on the card.    English Angora aisle is located at the end that faces the vendors' booths.    There are more elbow room than most other breeds as the aisles between rabbit coops are extremely narrow.  

Here are some of the white English Angoras.   It seems that there are more than one person who likes hot pink.    The rabbits in the hot pink decorated coops you see in these photos do not belong to one person.

Here are some of the colored English Angora.  The dominant color of the colored variety in English Angora is tort.  

The convention did not provide a grooming room.   We were told to groom outside in the first two days, then a tent was erected on Saturday afternoon.  By then, more of the grooming was completed.   In the picture is me grooming Chu's Mackie, my only entry to the colored senior buck class.

Judge Deb Vecchio of New York is comparing the white senior buck and white senior doe for the variety.

Judge Deb is comparing the colored senior buck and colored senior doe for the variety.

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