Sunday, October 10, 2010

Painesville UARC Specialty

The UARC Specialty at Painesville went off well. We didn't have as many entrants as we would have liked, Pam Barnes got started late and was en-route, others had previous commitments, but we still had 29 entries and made a small profit for the club.

No Giants were entered, and I had the only Satin. Nancy James took BOB and BOS English, and Tina Vance took BOB and BOS French, plus BIS!

It was a real pleasure getting to know Maureen Varvir better. She wrote for the NE Ohio Open show, and helped me write for the LGR&CC, Wool-A-Rama, and UARC Specialty shows. She's a very nice lady, and her English doe had a phenomenal coat, she swept the BOB English in the other shows.

I also got to meet Barb Gaul, a very nice lady and fairly new breeder who has French and Satins.

There was a horse show going on next door, so there was plenty of visiting back and forth, and we may have sparked some new interest in rabbit breeding. :)

Luke's litter arrived while we were at the show, 7 babies, all alive and snug in a perfectly constructed nest. There *might* be a dilute in the litter. There are at least 3 brokens, and colors appear to be blacks, chocolates, and torts.

4 comments:

Somerhill said...

WOOHOO - save me a solid. :^)

Congrats to everyone who showed - we seem to be stuck on the number 29, huh?

Jan said...

Sure thing, Lisa! We'll have better numbers next year, I'm sure!

Lilac Haven said...

Congrats

Maureen said...

Hi Jan,
It was good getting to know you, too. I am determined to master the writing thing. Next time I'll conquer the control sheet!
Glad to hear the UARC made a profit.