Northern California Angora Guild

Saturday, April 22, 2017

NCAG Specialty Show Judging at Stockton


The NCAG specialty show starts with English Angora.   Judge Doug is teaching Alan about English Angora, Alan is working on his registrar's license.   Laurie looks on.

Judge Doug tells Alan to feel the body.

Alan checks for disqualification.

After teaching and checking, judge Doug gives comments on the white English Angora.


More teaching going on, Betty is the table writer.

Betty waits for judge Doug and Alan to decide the placing.


More discussion about the English Angora.
English Angora colored senior doe patiently waiting in the coop.

Now is the French Angora's term.  Betty is still the table writer.

Alan and judge Doug are examining the French Angora colored bucks, ...


and the colored senior does are waiting for their turns.
Jill comes to assist taking comments from judge Doug.

Louis comes by to see how the Angoras are doing.

More discussions...

Judge Doug says, "This is my favorite one but too young to win over the seniors now but just wait ..."

Henrietta wins BOB, Betty says, "Not bad for a big mama who has just raised 10 kids".  

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Friday, April 21, 2017

Show B Angora Judging at Stockton

Judge Ray starts the show B Angora judging with French Angora.   Jill is the writer.

A beautiful French Angora fawn doe is on the table.

Many exhibitors are interested in listening to what judge Ray's comments.

Baby French Angora is as cute as it can be.

Now the English Angora is on the table, Jill continues her writer duty.


Ray examines an English Angora colored senior buck.

Ray examines an English Angora colored senior doe.

For a list of winners, go to:


Thursday, April 20, 2017

Show A Angora Judging at Stockton

In show A, the English Angora goes onto judge Tracy's table.

There are quite a few English Angora being shown. 

Judge Tracy picks the colored senior doe as the BOB and the colored senior buck as the BOS.

There are even more French Angora being shown.


Spectators are fascinated by the colored senior does; the coops are too small!

The two baby does have their debut.

Laurie, Amanda, Linda, Jill and Melody are listening to judge Tracy's comments.

This is judge Tracy's pick of the senior doe class winner.

Judge Tracy gives the baby does the cute points but can't win over the senior doe in the next coop.


After the open show is over, judge Tracy has a picture taken with the youth BOB winner Melody's doe BJC Greta.   Greta wins the youth Best In Show in show B later in the afternoon.

 For a list of winners, go to:

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Open Top Winners at Stockton

Big Valley Rabbit Association holds double open shows at Stockton on April 15, 2015.
In show A, judge Allan selects Courtney's Britannia Petite as the Best In Show.

Show A Reserve In Show goes to Arian's English Spot.  In the photo from left to right are Arian, judge Allan and Louis who is the breeder of the English Spot.

In show B judge Doug awards the Best In Show to Trina's English Lop.


Show B Reserve In Show goes to Kristen's Mini Rex. 


Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Jada Wins Specialty Best In Show

Northern California Angora Guild holds an Angora specialty show with Big Valley Rabbit Association shows on April 15, 2017.
Betty gets Jada ready for the show table.

Judge Doug awards the specialty Best In Show to Betty's English Angora colored senior doe Jada.   Alan participates in the decision making, he is working on his registrar's license.


Monday, April 17, 2017

Melody's French Angora BJC Greta Wins Youth Best In Show


Big Valley Rabbit Association holds double open and double youth shows at Stockton on April 15, 2017.

At the Big Valley RA all breed show B, judge Kendal awards the Youth Best In Show to French Angora BJC Greta.  Greta is owned by Melody and bred by Betty and Jill.   


Melody cares and grooms for all her rabbits including the big winner Greta.


Greta won the youth BOSB in the ARBA convention at Del Mar when she was a junior doe then went on to win youth all breed Best In Show three times.


Melody is a very focused young lady who does everything well.   During the summer she competes in swim meets.   Greta and Melody will be taking the summer off from rabbit shows and we can't wait to see what they will bring us when the fall show season comes.


Sunday, April 16, 2017

Mickey Wants to be the Easter Bunny



When I grow up, I want to be the Easter Bunny, I want to be in the Easter Basket.


It's Easter, Mickey, you got your wish, you are the Easter Bunny in the Easter Basket!

Is Easter Basket too small or is Mickey too big?

Northern California Angora Guild wishes everyone

A Very Happy Easter.