The ARBA double show was held at Cold Springs Middle School on July 26. Before the show, as my sisters and I were deciding which rabbits to take, I was debating whether to enter Snowball. I was considering leaving her at home because her wool was not in the best condition. She was in a molt. But I decided to take her because, if one of the other rabbits got disqualified, we would only have four, and there wouldn’t be enough rabbits for a leg to be awarded.
|Snowball (with Douglas County 4-H Best of Breed ribbon)|
The first show of the two, the judge loved her and awarded her best of breed. I was so surprised that she won a leg. I was really glad I took her. My mom and my sister Charlotte were so surprised that Duchess, who is Becky’s rabbit, did not win.
In the second show, the judge did not like Snowball, and totally ignored her. She checked out the other rabbits and picked Snowball’s brother, Ninja, as best of breed. Duchess got best opposite.
|Ninja, Best of Breed at TMRB show July 26.|
In this show, only the most popular breeds got ribbons, so sadly, Snowball has nothing to show for her achievement. So for this blogpost, I took a picture of her with one of her other ribbons.
I learned that judges may have very different opinions of what is best in rabbits.