Northern California Angora Guild

Saturday, October 06, 2018

Show A Angora Judging at King City

Judge Joe starts Angora judging with English Angora.

Judge Joe examines the texture of the white senior doe.

On the table is a colored English Angora.

Judge Joe makes comments on the English Angora and Kathy records his comments.

Judge Joe is working on the French Angora white junior buck class.

Rabbit shows are a family affair, when judge Joe works on the French Angora, Mrs and daughter look on.

Judge Joe closely examines the French Angora colored senior doe that eventually won the Best of Breed.  In the Best In Show competition, this French Angora doe is one of the finalists.

For a complete list of class winners, go to:

Friday, October 05, 2018

Best of the Best at King City

The Central Coast RC show has an overall Best of the Best selection at the end of the show. The two open Best In Show rabbits, the two youth Best In Show rabbits and all the winners of the specialty shows are eligible in competition.  Five judges participated in the selection process and the winner is the winner of show A, the Mini Satin shown by brothers John and Paul.   In addition to the title, there is a $500 prize money.

Thursday, October 04, 2018

Open Top Winners at King City

Central Coast Rabbit Club holds double all breed show at King City, CA.

In show A, judge Dave from Wisconsin awards the Best In Show to the Mini Satin shown by the John and Paul.

Show A Reserve In Show goes to Kirsten's Californian.

In show B, judge Rusty from Tennessee selects the Mini Rex as the Best In Show.  The Mini Rex is shown by Dae and Ryan.

Kirsten's Californian wins Reserve In Show again in show B.  

Wednesday, October 03, 2018

Central Coast RC Inaugural Show

Central Coast Rabbit Club puts on the inaugural show on Saturday September 29, 2018 at King City, CA.

The building is very nice, the ground is smooth for exhibitors to roll the carts.   There are 12 judges with several flying in from out of state.

Another view of the showroom.

A table is set up for exhibitors to take photos of their rabbits with appropriate winnings.

Lori is in charge of the raffle and prize table.

Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Katelyn's Honey Bun Wins Reserve In Show at MN State Convention

MN State Convention was held last weekend at Princeton, MN.  One of the featured judges is our Cathy.

Katelyn's French Angora wins big again at the MN state convention.   While 7 Pine's Ariel is taking a break from showing, her daughter 7 Pine's Honey Bun is ready to follow mom's step.    Judges Gail and Cathy award the youth Reserve In Show to 7 Pine's Honey Bun.     Katelyn's French Angora has won 2 Best In Show and 3 Reserve In Show in three weekends, talk about consistency.    

Monday, October 01, 2018

Pretty Satin Angora

Casey ventures into Satin Angora recently after trying it once during the mid 1990s. 

This is one of the Satin Angora that Casey bred, the red color plus the nice type and wool make her a winner in shows.

This is a junior that just started his show career.

Blue does not reflect the light as well as the red, thus the sheen is not as obvious.

The blue Satin Angora wool is interesting, it almost looks like banding but since blue is a self, it's not a real banding.

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Katelyn and Ariel Big Win Again in MN

Just post weekend, at the Central Minnesota Rabbit Breeders show in Sauk Rapids, MN, Katelyn's French Angora doe 7 Pine's Ariel made a big splash again.

Judge Cole awards the youth Reserve In Show to Katelyn's French Angora 7 Pine's Ariel.

In the second show, Ariel advanced to youth Best In Show.