The 100th Bradford Championship has come and gone. It was a great show with an amazing team of workers.
Best of Breed Angora
The Best of Breed Angora for the 7-star open Show, was Adele from Foxwood Stud with her white angora, judged by Peter Brophy. Well done Adel.
The Best In Show for the Products Competition went to the needle felted white angora, made by Sian Butler, judged by Anne Gibson. It looked very realistic. Well done Sian.
Best in Show
The Best In Show for the 5 star Stock Show went to Simon Whincup and Richard Grindey with their white angora, judged by Hazel Elliott. Well done Simon & Richard.
NAC Club Stand
Our club stand won the Best Club Stand Competition, and there were many stands. Many of our members or their families donated information and photos from our 10 BIS wins over the 100 Bradford Champs starting at 1923. Thank you Lesley for making the display and thank you all including Lester at Fur & Feather for all the research. Our Products Show was well supported. Thank you exhibitors for all your beautiful and hard work.
Our angora entries dwindled from 15 to 9 to 8 due to ill health and other problems. Sometimes life gets in the way and it is not possible to do, all the work and time commitment, it takes to show an angora.
The quality of stock was impressive. Well done and thank you for your stock entries.
As always many of our club members worked together grooming just like in the 1923 photo in Fur and Feather!
Preparation behind the scenes
Congratulations to all those who entered as with any show there is much preparation beforehand and none more so than with Angora rabbits. So a big thank you to everyone who continues to fly the flag for the breed of the English Angora rabbit, we appreciate the hard work and dedication involved by you all.