An Overview Of the Youth Show Run By the Rabbit Renegades
By Tom Seest
For youth, raising rabbits can be an affordable and fun hobby. A rabbit show is a fun and educational way to introduce young people to the rewarding hobby of raising and showing animals. The Rabbit Renegades rabbit club organizes regional events, bringing people from other states to Terre Haute, Indiana, for a day of showing rabbits.
Sanctioned Breeds for the show this year were Belgian, Brittania Petite, Californian, Flemish Giant, Florida White, Giant Chinchilla, Jersey Wooly, Lilac, Lionheads, Mini Rex, Netherland Dwarf, New Zealand, Palomino, Polish, Rex, and Silver.
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The rabbit show brought together rabbit breeders from around the country to share their passion for rabbits and their unique personalities. The American Rabbit Breeders Association sanctioned the event, and organizers estimated there were over 20 different breeds represented. They included rare breeds like the American Sable and Silver Fox, as well as more common breeds like Rex and Mini Rex. The show was attended by a number of kids and their families. Some breeders were also in attendance, including the breeders of the Mini Rex and Florida White rabbits.
The show featured over 2,500 rabbits from 130 exhibitors. It featured numerous specialty shows, as well as four all-breed youth shows. There were nearly three thousand entries in total, and exhibitors and participants came from as far as Illinois, Missouri, and Indiana to compete in the show which was held in October. For more information regarding this annual event, don’t hesitate to contact the Rabbit Renegades at email@example.com.
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