I travelled to the inaugural River Valley RBA show in Russellville last weekend. It was absolutely wonderful to have a show so close by, and I want to be sure to support the new Arkansas rabbit clubs. It will be easy to continue to support RVRBA because they did an outstanding job, it was well organized and the venue was perfect. Big thanks to the show committee, volunteers and judges.
Broadway Stars Giant Chins did fantastic on the show table. Eliza Doolittle, a junior doe, won BOB in both the Rare Breed Specialty and in Show B. She beat her mother, Audrey Hepburn!
A Broadway Stars’ doe now owned by Susan at Whitten/Applegate Farms won BOB in Show A and then went on to win Second Reserve in Show A! Congratulations to Susan and her doe Sara, and thank you for letting me share in your celebration. A Broadway Stars junior buck now owned by Morgan earned two BOS legs in the Rare Breed Specialty and in Show B. It is great when rabbits from your barn show well for other breeders.
Broadway Stars’ English Lops did well also at RVRBA. Wisteria, a Lilac intermediate doe, earned a leg with a BOB win in Show B.
Broadway Stars’ Folgers was the BOS winner in Show B, earning his first leg. Tootsie, a chocolate senior doe, came home with a leg for her class win in Show B, too.
This was a great way to end showing for 2018. The Broadway Stars’ show team will be back on the tables at the Corners of the South Show in Shreveport in February. See you there!
I took six English Lops and one Giant Chin to the ETRBA in Mesquite Texas this weekend. It was a fun show weekend with enough English Lop breeders to earn some grand champion legs. In Show A on Friday night, no legs were won by my rabbits, but the Judge said Folgers and Cobalt were both very good rabbits– and I agree!! Saturday morning, Folgers earned the BOB award and my little chocolate junior doe, Tootsie, was awarded BOSV. Ritz, my first chocolate chestnut buck was the BOV for solids in Show B and my chocolate tort buck, Snickers, was the BOV at show C Saturday. Tootsie was BOSV again in Show C.
Really pleased that this chocolate crew I have been working on for a few years is now holding their own on the show table!
There were only two Giant Chins at the show, but Audrey Hepburn was registered.. with a weight of 15.1 lbs! And she is not seven months old yet…I love that!
I’ve got several litters of English Lops and Giant Chins growing out this summer, so please keep checking the sale tab if you are interested in purchasing from Broadway Stars.
We attended the Northeast Arkansas Rabbit Breeder’s Show in Jonesboro on Saturday. We had a great time visiting with friends and showing rabbits. We were done with two shows by 1 p.m.! Very well run show. In Giant Chinchillas, TnT’s Ivanhoe (purchased fromWesley Tero) took Best Opposite Sex in Show B earning his first Grand Champion Leg.
And Broadway Stars’ Zsa Zsa Gabor, a junior doe, won her class of 7 in both shows, and then took BOS in Show C, earning her 2nd and 3rd Grand Champion Legs this weekend.
In English Lops, Broadway Stars’ Rocket was BOB in Show B, and a little blue tort doe that hasn’t even been named yet was BOS in Show C. Unfortunately, there were only two breeders, so no legs for them this time.
If I can learn to find my way around Jonesboro, I will definitely try to keep this show in our schedule.