Firstly, topside and its coat. If it is a young rabbit or 3 – 4 months it may not be clipped and if it hasn’t it may be said to be in ‘Show Coat’ which does not necessarily mean it is up to show standard, it simply means it has not been clipped. Either way… Read more »
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Willowcot Stud is the Angora stud of Yvonne Hobbs- Fothergill. My love of Angora rabbits began when I became my grandmother’s apprentice at the age of two. She kept quite a large zoo in her spacious garden comprising birds, fish, reptiles, primates and mammals of all kinds, but the Angora rabbit were the ones that… Read more »
Profile of NAC member Simon Whincup I started in rabbits in 1992 with my first breeds being dwarf and cashmere lops. I carried on to have numerous successes with these breeds. I was lucky enough to have mentors like Bill Webb, Jean Thompson, Maureen and Walter Faint and Jane Bramley. I have also been influenced in… Read more »
Bourne Stud is the angora stud name for Sally Mays angora’s. Here is a brief profile of how Sally got started as a breeder of Angora rabbits.
There are a good range of Angora rabbit shows throughout the UK including the Stock shows at Swindon and Coventry, the London Championship Show plus many other product shows and festivals.
The current list of Products Competition Judges is: Mrs L Taylor Mrs S Fisher Ms R Staples Mrs J Leighton Mrs C Hamilton Mrs V Symmonds Dr L Hordon Mrs P Cornforth Mrs Sally May Mrs A Gibson