A huge rant of ours is often people who sell little tiny baby hollands as show animals. For over 2 years we have grown out almost every junior we have produced, and the percentage that turn out to be show worthy is very very limited. While growing them out, even young ones that appear to be show worthy, can take a drastic turn for eternal uglies. This guy for example was born into a litter of 3 bucks, out of our favorite doe. They all looked okay, then they all looked really bad, then one started looking amazing and one started looking ready for his pet home. I would work with them every couple days and observe them. I like to observe them best while at play. A bunny on a posing table is nothing compared to a bunny running around the yard. You can really observe shoulder, and length and a true pose. Well we found a nice home for our cute little guy who wasn't going to make the show table. And while we were falling in love with the amazing buck he suddenly became very out of sorts. His head was no longer in proportion, his legs were way too long and he was clearly never going to a show buck. Our less than average guy however took a turn for the better and is still here with us. We are hoping to have a chance to show him over the next couple of months. Meet AceHops Razzle.
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