WEST AUSTRALIAN RABBIT COUNCIL INC HOSTING
UK Judge Rabbit Show
21st and 22nd April 2012
5 Star UK Judge Show
Judges:Phil Batey (UK)
21 April 2012
Adult Stock Show
22 April 2012
Young Stock Show (U/14, U/5)
Location: Cyril Jackson Hall
Fisher St Bassendean
Entries Due: NO LATER than the Monday16th April 2012
Contact: Mark on 0438404537 for more information.
Vetting In: Saturday 8:30am and Sunday 8:30am
Show Starts: Promptly Saturday at 10am and Sunday 10am
Breeds Accepted: ALL breeds accepted by the BRC as well as breeds in development with a pending standard.
CC’s: 5 Star Show, up to the judge’s discretion
Usual fees will apply for members. Non members will be charged at $3.00 per entry. Please ensure all rabbits are transferred or registered with WARCI to avoid embarrassment.
Dinner: WARCI will be holding a dinner on Saturday after the judging, all families are welcome to stay.
STRUCTURE: Day one will be the Adult Stock exhibits, and day two will be the Young Stock (U/14, U/5) exhibits. The unique idea this event aims to develop is the selection of an Australian champion rabbit! This year, we may not have all states participation, but we are set to have participation from Western Australia, Tasmania andNew South Wales..
All members of ANY rabbit club are warmly invited to participate in this inclusive event that promises to bring you excellence in every aspect.
How does the Australian Champion Rabbit Work? Each show held around Australia will have a best in show winner announced. The judges will critique the exhibit, photograph it as evidence, and document its excellence. All winners will be compared to the other show winners to eventually discover the overall champion.
Winning rabbits at interstate events are invited to go to Sydney to compete (preferred option) but will still be eligible for competition via photographic and judge evidence if it's not in the best interest of the rabbit to travel.
This is an exciting concept that will be built upon in the future. It's an added bonus to what already looks like one of the biggest rabbit event Australia has ever hosted.