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Double Rabbit Show Results 9/25/2011

Posted by Tammy Clark on September 28, 2011 at 3:05 PM

Well another two shows are under our belts and I must say these two shows gave us a BIG surprise!  The shows were held in Huntingdon, PA on 9/25/11 and put on by Tri-County Rabbit Club of PA (Show A) and Cenral PA Rabbit Breeders Assoc. (Show B).  Here are the results:

Flemish Giants: County Line's Sebastian's (18CL) White Int. Buck took 1st in both shows and BOSV in Show B; Rosario White Int. Buck took 2nd in both shows and Bella, Lt. Grey Int. Doe took 1st in Show A and 2nd in Show B

Giant Chinchillas: Jacqualine took 1st and Best of Breed in both shows and our new one, Princess took 2nd in both shows both are Doe Srs.

Thriantas: Fireball took 1st in both shows and BOS in Show A and BOB in Show B; Red Devile took 2nd in both shows both are Buck Srs.; We added two new Doe Srs. to our herd and they are Callie who took 2nd in Show A and 3rd in Show B the other one is Ruthie and took 1st in both shows and BOB in Show A and BOS in Show B.

Americans: Amandus, Buck Sr, took 1st in both shows and Page, doe sr. took 3rd in both shows. There were quiet a few Amreicans at the show. I'm glad to see they are making a come back!

Rhinelanders: Jake, Buck Sr. took 6th in Show A and 4th in Show B; Abby, Doe Sr., took 6th in Show A and 1st in Show B. Now for the BIG surprise! Our very own, County Line's Andy, buck jr. (5 months old) took 1st in both shows and went on to took Best of Breed for both shows! He was one of about 35 rhinelanders competing that and we were, to say the least, over joyed to have taken BOB! I can't wait to show this little guy again soon.

All in all we had a great time showing our rabbits and seeing all our friends out there in the show world. We look forward to see you all again.

I will be working on getting pictures of the few new rabbits we have gotten in the last few months that need to be taken and get the pages updated. But there just never seems to be enough time to do everything that needs to be done.  Till next time. Take care Tammy

 

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