Then we took our rabbits back up for judging. Unfortunately, Fudge did not do very well, but at least some other rabbit could get a leg. In the open show B, Fudge again did not do as well, sadly. In the youth show A, Fudge did better. She got second place out of the junior does. Snowball did very well. She got best of variety and best of breed, so she got a leg. Snowball now has two legs. Unfortunately, I never got her comment card, so I never got the ribbons she earned. But my sister let me use her best of breed card so that I could get my picture taken with her. The people at the Gridley show then printed the picture and put it on a keychain. Unfortunately, Snowball was not behaving and I had to lift her legs to keep her from digging.
|Awesome keychain awards for youth BOB and BOSB at Gridley|
|Junior showmanship at Gridley|
We had to wait a long time for youth show B. Unfortunately, the judge was the same one who gave her her leg at the Truckee Meadows show. He loved her then. At this show, he didn't like her at all. He also thought that Sweetie, my sister's steel junior doe, was a chestnut agouti with very poor ring definition. And he thought that Sage, who got best of breed in that show, was a chocolate agouti. She's actually a chocolate steel.
|Judging for youth show A|