This is William, senior buck, might be too long in the shoulder, ears are mostly decent but not perfect. Overall seems a good buck.
I don't like Jinx's ears, but I like her overall. We'll see how she does.
have to admit, Keener is one of my favourite does. I love her attitude. Not sure about her ears, but she's a solid little rabbit.
Petey is a compact young rabbit who is non-stop motion. We'll see how this lad does. I really haven't been able to judge him well. He may slow down enough at a strange place for a judge to check him out though.
Kat is a very quiet doe. I really don't know how she'll do. She's a young senior and needs to fill in a bit yet.
Varia is just under being a senior (still a junior) so we'll see how she goes. She's a compact girlie so I think her shoulders are good, she's a tad narrow on the back -end, so we'll see what the judges say.
Miss Q is the baby of the bunch. Really not sure how she'll do against older juniors but I've seen babies pull it off before, so we'll see what happens.
The lone Harlequin. Harold has a decent three part front, his back half leaves much to be desired, but I wanted ONE harle to show and he's the best I got this year. :) He won't win, but he might surprise me yet.
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