Posts Tagged: English Angora rabbits

Grooming for the show bench

I’m going to try and take you through the grooming until they are adults. I personally start grooming my babies about 6 weeks old,where I take them out and sort out the knots behind their necks. Then at 8 week to 9 weeks I take them out regularly, which is normally every other day, and… Read more »

Mistywood Stud

Mistywood Stud is the angora stud of Judy Connolly. Judy Connolly has been a member of the National Angora Club for many years, she is a breeder judge and at the height of her showing period mainly showed white and Chinchilla Angoras.  She is still breeding in a smaller way now, and can be seen… Read more »

Is there a difference by Sheila Leverett

Sheila Leverett and her husband ran a commercial venture for fibre, under the stud name of Tasseltips Angoras, she was also very successful at showing them as well. I am often asked what makes a difference between a show rabbit and a commercial one. Basically they are the same, both must be properly fed and… Read more »

2018 Newsletter for National Angora Club

Hi All, I hope you all enjoying your angoras. At last we have confirmation for next years stock shows. The Bradford Championships 2019 The Bradford Champs will be the venue for the next Products Show on Saturday 19thJanuary 2019. Judge Mrs Chris Hamilton. Address: Lazarus Exhibition Hall, Doncaster Racecourse, Leger Way, Doncaster, South Yorkshire. DN2 6BB…. Read more »

The Homeopathic Way

I am often asked for homeopathic remedies for rabbit ailments. The following will do no harm and may be helpful.. Tablets, mother tincture and ointments are sold by health food shops and some pharmacies. Administration of tablets can be done whether by placing directly into the mouth, (taking care not to touch the tablet by… Read more »

English angora house rabbits

Our Angora rabbits are house rabbits. Josie is a smoke and Winnie is a sooty fawn. They are both from Sally May. They are real characters and we love them to bits.

How to enter a rabbit show

If you are new to owning an Angora rabbit but keen to see what showing is about, then here is a quick guide to how to enter a rabbit show. For further details contact us or come and talk to us on the National Angora Club stand at a show sometime.

2018 National Angora Club Stock Shows

The 2018 National Angora Club Stock Show will be held on Sunday 27th May at Wyken Community Centre, Westmorland Road, off Belgrave Road, Wyken, Coventry, CV2 5PY. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at this show at 1pm at the show. Please send proposals or items for agenda to Christine Hamilton or Lesley Hordon. The… Read more »

How to become a three star judge

If you are wanting to take more of an active role in the showing of angora rabbits then here is a brief guide to becoming a 3* judge. 3* judges fall into four categories, Fancy, Lop, Fur and Rex. The ultimate goal is to become a 3* judge in all four categories but this takes time, a… Read more »