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An Overview Of The Rabbit Renegades High Voltage Quad Show

By Tom Seest

When Is the Rabbit Renegades High Voltage Quad Show?

This summer, Rabbit Renegades held its Power Surge Summer Show at the Cross County Mall in Mattoon, Illinois. The show was attended by 300 exhibitors from 21 states and featured over 3,500 rabbits. The show was judged by Ashley Sweeney of Medina, Ohio, who talked to the audience about raising rabbits as a family hobby.

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Are ‘Quick’ and ‘Quest’ Rabbit Names?

Choosing a rabbit name is not easy. It is important to be specific in what you want the rabbit to be known for. For example, ‘Quick’ can refer to a rabbit that is quick, and ‘Quest’ to a rabbit that is fast. You can also go with names that include ‘Kachina’ or ‘King Lear’, which is a type of white porcelain.
Other names for rabbits can be inspired by famous people and things. For example, you can give your rabbit the name of a famous movie, book, or mascot. Choosing names for your rabbit may also allow you to make a connection to your favorite food. You may want to choose a rabbit with ginger or orange fur, which will remind you of your favorite snack. Another idea is to name a rabbit after a drink you like. If you’re a coffee drinker, you can name your rabbit ‘Cafeta’, after the famous drink from Starbucks.
Names for rabbits can be as varied as the person who gives them names. A male rabbit’s name will stay with him for about ten years. Therefore, choosing a rabbit’s name from something or someone you like is a great way to keep their attention. However, it is important to choose names that are not offensive.
If you’re a rabbit lover, you may be interested in giving your rabbit a name that reflects the personality of their breed. You can use the names of famous cartoon characters as inspiration. You could also choose the names of comic strips, including Calvin and Hobbes. You could also name your rabbit after two comic strip legends – Ben and Jerry.
‘Quick’ and ‘Queen’ are two of the most popular rabbit names used in High Voltage Quad Shows. These rabbit names have lively “L” letters, which make them fun to say. And they’re perfect for high-voltage rabbit shows.

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Are Grants Awarded For The Show?

The 4H Rabbit Club of Lawrence County was awarded a $1,000 grant from the Kentucky Youth Quad to support its annual Rabbit Renegades High Voltage Quad Show. The show also featured specialty and youth shows and more than 2,500 entries. The 4-H Rabbit Club and the Rabbit Renegades organized the event. The show’s proceeds benefit the Kentucky Youth Quad. Exhibitors and participants came from Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, and Georgia to attend the show.

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Size of show

This summer, the Rabbit Renegades returned to holding bigger shows in a new facility in Harrison, Tennessee. After years of holding small shows, they decided to move into a former J.C. Penney store space to hold bigger shows. The new location helped them bring back the breeders and brought them back together. The new building is equipped to host large events and is located in the same complex as J.C. Penney.
The show attracted more than 2,500 rabbits from more than 130 exhibitors from throughout the Midwest. It also raised money for the Kentucky Youth Quad and the Lawrence County 4-H Rabbit Club. The show included a variety of youth shows, specialties, and breeds. There were nearly 3,500 entries, and participants and exhibitors came from as far as Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, and Ohio.

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