Northern California Angora Guild

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Randy Helps to Evaluate Belgian Hare Juniors


Lisa and son Cory (not shown) have several litters of Belgian Hare juniors.  They entered some in the competition and brought more for evaluation in the show at Watsonville.


Randy is always there to help, he and Belgian Hare breeder and registrar Samantha are looking over the juniors carefully while Lisa stands at a distance to observe.

Belgian Hare have long limbs and ears, kind of resembles the wild Jack Rabbits.   Belgian Hare is one of the oldest recognized breed in the ARBA history, alongside with the Angora (no distinction in English or French Angora until the 1940s while Satin Angora and Giant Angora were recognized in 1987 and 1988 respectively).



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