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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#46  Unread postby Winterwolf » Sun Oct 01, 2017 7:46 am


So many bunnies! :in_love: :love:

Thanks for the awesome pics! Wishing everyone lots of luck at convention. :good-luck:
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#47  Unread postby Ozarkansas » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:01 pm


More pictures. I apologize for the quality, I've just been snapping pictures while I'm walking :)
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#48  Unread postby shazza » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:36 pm


oh man, that looks like heaven ;w; so many bunnies of every breed imaginable. i hope one day i'll at least get to go spectate at a convention! they just gotta get closer to me haha
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#49  Unread postby Ozarkansas » Sun Oct 01, 2017 3:06 pm


Today I was doing Breed ID and judging for the royalty contest. Breed ID was pretty easy (cavies were the hardest).
In judging I judged Broken American Fuzzy Lops, Magpie Harlequins, White Beverens, and Broken Mini Satins. To me it was very clear what order the American Fuzzy Lops should go in. 8-)
Harlequins were a little harder, but thanks to SarniaTricia temping me with her Harlequins I have been doing research on them :oops:
I raise Beverens so I was very comfortable with them, done in 4 minutes :P
And Mini Satins! I now know why they are sometimes called "Mini Satans"! And I have scratches on my arms (I was wearing long sleeves) and a bite on the Mini Satin page in my SOP to prove it :x
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#50  Unread postby Ferra » Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:24 pm


Ozarkansas wrote:...and a bite on the Mini Satin page in my SOP to prove it :x


That particular rabbit took great pains to let you know exactly what they thought of your so-called "standards", hrm? :lol:
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#51  Unread postby Ozarkansas » Sun Oct 01, 2017 6:00 pm


Ferra wrote:
Ozarkansas wrote:...and a bite on the Mini Satin page in my SOP to prove it :x


That particular rabbit took great pains to let you know exactly what they thought of your so-called "standards", hrm? :lol:


Lol! I tried to explain to him that he will always be judged by those standards, and he nearly hopped off the table! :lol:
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#52  Unread postby MeadowView » Sun Oct 01, 2017 7:43 pm


Ozarkansas wrote:Today I was doing Breed ID and judging for the royalty contest. Breed ID was pretty easy (cavies were the hardest).
In judging I judged Broken American Fuzzy Lops, Magpie Harlequins, White Beverens, and Broken Mini Satins. To me it was very clear what order the American Fuzzy Lops should go in. 8-)
Harlequins were a little harder, but thanks to SarniaTricia temping me with her Harlequins I have been doing research on them :oops:
I raise Beverens so I was very comfortable with them, done in 4 minutes :P
And Mini Satins! I now know why they are sometimes called "Mini Satans"! And I have scratches on my arms (I was wearing long sleeves) and a bite on the Mini Satin page in my SOP to prove it :x


Good luck! I hope you get called for the interview phase! It can be so nervewracking lol. I used to be really into royalty, never made it into the top, though!

They're doing a live feed of the commercial judging over on walton webcasting on facebook! It's pretty cool, I wish they'd broadcast all the breed shows, too.

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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#53  Unread postby Ozarkansas » Mon Oct 02, 2017 7:10 pm


MeadowView wrote:
Ozarkansas wrote:Today I was doing Breed ID and judging for the royalty contest. Breed ID was pretty easy (cavies were the hardest).
In judging I judged Broken American Fuzzy Lops, Magpie Harlequins, White Beverens, and Broken Mini Satins. To me it was very clear what order the American Fuzzy Lops should go in. 8-)
Harlequins were a little harder, but thanks to SarniaTricia temping me with her Harlequins I have been doing research on them :oops:
I raise Beverens so I was very comfortable with them, done in 4 minutes :P
And Mini Satins! I now know why they are sometimes called "Mini Satans"! And I have scratches on my arms (I was wearing long sleeves) and a bite on the Mini Satin page in my SOP to prove it :x


Good luck! I hope you get called for the interview phase! It can be so nervewracking lol. I used to be really into royalty, never made it into the top, though!

They're doing a live feed of the commercial judging over on walton webcasting on facebook! It's pretty cool, I wish they'd broadcast all the breed shows, too.

Thank you! I will know this evening if I get an interview or callback for judging :)

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Today I had my written test for royalty, rabbits are being judged, AND I got to meet MamaSheepdog and Sir Gridley!! My bunnies love their Chewzits, and their neighbors are jelous :P
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I got an interview and called back for judging!! :cheer2:
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#54  Unread postby MeadowView » Mon Oct 02, 2017 7:17 pm


:greatjob:
So happy for you! Good luck at your interview!!! Remember, eye contact! :lol:
Judging was today, right? How'd y'alls rabbits do?

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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#55  Unread postby Ozarkansas » Mon Oct 02, 2017 7:26 pm


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MeadowView wrote: :greatjob:
So happy for you! Good luck at your interview!!! Remember, eye contact! :lol:
Judging was today, right? How'd y'alls rabbits do?


Thank you!
Yes, most the judging was today. I wasn't present for the judging, and there is no lables on the cage tags, so I honestly don't know :oops:
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#56  Unread postby SarniaTricia » Tue Oct 03, 2017 9:23 am


I am thrilled with all the photos and FB feedback from Indy from my rabbit peoples!!
WISH I had budgeted for Indy this year, but it just wasn't possible.... I will be at next year... I've started my spreadsheets and planning already...!

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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#57  Unread postby Ozarkansas » Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:06 pm


Wow! They are beautiful! I didn't get any lines that clean in the class I judged, so it was a little harder. But that would make sense that people would rather show their best that donate them to the youth contests for the week.
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#58  Unread postby faiththequeen » Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:30 pm


I am LOVING this thread. Thank you so much for all the photos and info, guys. We ended up having to stay home. Teenager issues... :roll: It must just be amazing to be surrounded by so many rabbits and rabbit people :)
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#59  Unread postby JJCRabbitry » Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:37 pm


Ozarkansas wrote:Wow! They are beautiful! I didn't get any lines that clean in the class I judged, so it was a little harder. But that would make sense that people would rather show their best that donate them to the youth contests for the week.

Sorry I had to quote your last post, but for some reason, I can't message you. None of my friends at Convention want to answer their messages, so I'll try here. :x
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Re: New Title: In Indy

Post Number:#60  Unread postby Ozarkansas » Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:40 pm


Today for royalty I had my interview and call back for judging. I felt very confident about my interview, so that is good. :D In judging I judged Colored French Angoras, Broken English Lops, Tortoise Dutch, and American Chinchillas. I have to admit I wasn't very certain in witch order the English Lops should go, but I finally got the chance to see what their ears feel like :oops:
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faiththequeen wrote:I am LOVING this thread. Thank you so much for all the photos and info, guys. We ended up having to stay home. Teenager issues... :roll: It must just be amazing to be surrounded by so many rabbits and rabbit people :)

Yes, it has been amazing! So sorry to hear you couldn't make it!
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