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“THE FLUFF”

The Official Newsletter of the National Jersey Wooly Rabbit Club: Summer 2019

Heike Cooley's National Speciaty Best of Breed Winner See page 20.

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Hosted By: Northeast Jersey Wooly Club. For more info, visit NJWRC.org

SAVE THE DATE THe Northeast Jersey Wooly Breeders Club is hosting the

2019 NJWRC N ­ ational Show in

Syracuse, New York

April 18, 2019 National Show

in conjunction with North Country Rabbit & Cavy Breeders hosting a double all breed show. Watch the NJWRC Web Site for more information.

NYS Fair, Syracuse Fairgrounds Syracuse, New York 13224

SAVE THE DATE Convention 2019 Sponsored by:

California Rabbit & Cavy Shows, Inc.

October 20-23, 2019 Reno, NV For more information visit http://gowestyoungbuck.com T h e

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tent con June - July - August

Summer 2019

National Jersey Wooly Rabbit Club

The Fluff of the Fancy

Departments

4 Record Of Vote

16 District 9 Report

5 President’s Report

17 District 5,8 Cont.

6 Vice President's Report

18 Youth Report

7 District 1 Report

20 National Specality 2019 Open Best Of Breed

8 District 2 Report 9 District 3 Report 10 District 4 Report 11 District 5 Report 12 District 5 Notable Wins 13 District 6 Report 14 District 7 Report 15 District 8 Report

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19 Secretary's Report

23 National Speciality Open Best Opposite Of Breed 25 Editorial, Judge Selection Process 26 Open Specialty Results 28 Youth Specialty Results

30 Specialty Photo Story 32 NJWC Standard Commitee Reccomendations 36 2019 Election Candidate Biographies 39 Open Sweepstakes 42 Youth Sweepstakes 45 Shows Included In Sweepstakes Calculations 49 Membership Application

Fluff www.njwrc.org

NJWRC

President

Angel LeSage lesageswoolies@icloud.com

Vice-President

Cheryl Loesch momdeplume@comcast.net

Secretary

Douglas Brown NJWRCsecretary@gmail.com

Treasurer

Brenda Reilly NJWRClubtreasurer@gmail.com

District One

Meadow Gustafson wildmeadows@hotmail.com

District Two

Amber Henderson ambermom@gmail.com

District Three Haley Birkholz

okcorralmercedes@yahoo.com

District Four Kendra Williams

kendrawilliams@yahoo.com

District Five Gayle Beirau

On the Cover

gbeirau@aol.com

District Six

Next Deadline:

Tracey Freeman TNTSCountryCritters@hotmail.com

AUGUST 15, 2019

District Seven

PRE CONVENTION ISSUE

Daniel Kuyoth Katendan@yahoo.com

District Eight Julie Aversa

jtaversa@gmail.com

District Nine

Katrina Przybylowski jumpergirl141@gmail.com

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June - July - August

www.njwrc.org

NJWRC

Committees Newsletter & ­Announcements

Jess Pearson fluffeditor@gmail.com Angel LeSage, Cheryl Loesch

Website

Haley Birkholz okcorralmercedes@yahoo.com

Boutique Sales

Carmen Deling maplelanewoolies@gmail.com

RecordOfVote njwrc

Election

Lori Robasciotti dogznkidz@hotmail.com

Standards Committee

Angel LeSage, Brian Caudill, Jessica Usakowski, Chase Austin, Steven Buell, Cheryl Loesch, Amber Henderson, Meadow Gustafson Haley Birkholz (apprentice)

Please review pages 26-29 for the record of vote for proposed Standard of Perfection changes.

Constitution & By-Laws MaryElizabeth Dugmore, Chair Cheryl Loesch, Carmen Deling

Sweepstakes Scoring Nicole Schmitt njwrcsweeps@gmail.com

Awards

DeAnn Boulier, Haley Birkholz

Youth Coordinator

Lindsay Aversa allstarwoolies@gmail.com

Historian

Bethany Robertson bethanyrobertsongm@gmail.com

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2019 SignificantDates June 30, 2019:** Final changes to the JW standard due to ARBA Standards Committee. August 15: Articles and photo submissions due to the newsletter editor, Fluffeditor@gmail.com August: General election for President and odd numbered District Directors.

September 1: Bid due to host NJWRC Nationals in spring 2021 October 20 – 23: ARBA Convention in Reno, NV. November 15: Articles and photo submissions due to the newsletter editor, Fluffeditor@gmail.com

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President’s Report “Next year, Nationals will be hosted by the newest regional club, North East Jersey Wooly Breeders Club on April 24- 26 in Syracuse, New York."

~ Angel LeSage

What a great weekend in Alexandria, Louisiana for Nationals. Congratulations to all the winners! It is nice to see new faces in the winner’s circle! Thank you, Louisiana Jersey Wooly Breeder’s Club, for putting on a great show. The facilities were nice and everyone had a good time. Next year, Nationals will be hosted by the newest regional club, North East Jersey Wooly Breeders Club, on April 24 – 26 in Syracuse, New York. I went to a National show many years ago in Syracuse and had a great visit. (FYI Steven Buell was 17ish years old and I bought a rabbit from him.) Stay tuned for updates later in the year. It is not too early to start planning for Convention. This year it is in Reno, Nevada, October 20th thru 23rd. Be sure to make your room reservations soon. There are good rates at the Peppermill and Atlantis. Go to the show website for hotels information, www.gowestyoungbuck.com . The board has decided to revamp the website. It will take some time to complete but I hope to start work by July. We are going to add a Facebook page for the Club as well. This will not be a page for discussion, per se, rather a place to go for the latest club information. There are already two Jersey Wooly discussion groups on FB and we do not want to add another. With a club Facebook page, we can get information to you quick-

ly. We plan to use it for announcements for Convention, post animals up for the Golden Fleece Auction, Convention results and so forth. I think you will find it to be a useful tool. The webpage will continue to have club forms and other business information. We hope to bring back the educational area with articles and detailed information on raising Jersey Woolies by using archived articles and newer ones from past Fluffs. We envision a Hall of Fame section and other historical information to include past winners of Conventions and Nationals. As you know, the NJWRC Standards Committee finished their work, and membership voted on the proposed standard changes. With this special election we had 92 ballots returned with postmarks on or before 4/23/19. There are still ballots dribbling in after the deadline. The proposed changes to standard were overwhelmingly approved by the membership. Only one area was not approved. Thank you to Nicole Schmitt, for tallying the ballots.

Angel LeSage lesageswoolies@icloud.com

Attention High School Seniors & 1st Year College Students! You may be ­elegible to apply for the NJWRC Memorial ­Scholarship. For more information, scan this QR code.

Next steps are to negotiate with the ARBA Standards Committee on any changes they want. There is a possibility that we will need to send another ballot for a second vote to approve revisions. All of this has to be finalized and submitted by June 30th. Continued on page 9

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Vice President’s Report “I would like to encourage you all to become more involved in the club to make it even stronger." ~Cheryl Loesch

Cheryl Loesch momdeplume@comcast.net

Congratulations to all of our Nationals Winners! The posted videos showed some very nice-looking animals at Nationals. A huge thankyou is due to the Louisiana Jersey Wooly Breeder’s Club and its members for putting on a nice National show. As some of you know from posts on Facebook groups, I’ve been working on getting quotes for hardcopy issues of the FLUFF for those who have expressed an interest in subscribing to that service. There is a minimum number of issues we would have to print to make this service available. We are working

on guidelines for such a service and will be ready to offer it, if enough people subscribe, after this issue. And now, I have an appeal to make to you all. I have noticed how many of my fellow Wooly enthusiasts around the country mention that we have a great group of exhibitors in our breed. For the most part, we get along, and more than that, we enjoy each other’s company and rarely hesitate to help each other out. I see breeders working together to strengthen the breed. I see so many of you working to get new members, especially youth members, into the club. I wholeheartedly agree that we have a great community. We have passion about our breed. We care about each other. I would like to encourage all of you to become more involved in the club to make it even stronger. Your involvement helps to spark ideas, and to make good ideas into great actions. There are many tasks and committees that need help, there are positions on the board that come up for election each year, there are many tasks, both large and small, that need to be done at Convention and Nationals time. I encourage each of you to think about your involvement and ownership in your club; your involvement makes us all stronger and makes your club more reflective of you, the membership.

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District 1 Report “Our spring started out slow, but putting does on a bit of a diet (a little less pellets and a lot more hay) helped in getting the baby boom going." ~ Meadow Gustafson

Meadow Gustafson wildmeadows@hotmail.com

Regions Represented: Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, ­Montana, Washington, Wyoming, Saskatchewan, Alberta, BC, Yukon Territory & Japan

I hope the Spring has treated you well and your nest boxes are full of babies. Here at Wild Meadows Rabbitry, we had a very rough winter. Does were not receptive, the few litters we had born were not thrifty and our barn was left strangely devoid of babies. Our spring started out slow, but putting the does on a bit of a diet (a little less pellets and a lot more hay) helped in getting the baby boom going. We finally have large, healthy litters and are hoping

for a good showing at National Convention in the fall. The time is coming for our yearly deep cleaning. Every cage will be pulled form he barn. Everything will be pressure washed, disinfected, any repairs needed will be made; some cages will need to be re-galvanized. All of this will take us about a weekend to complete. Once that is finished, it is time to make preparations for summer. All our fans get disassembled, thoroughly cleaned and we get stocked up on fly spray. We are lucky here in Oregon. We only seem to get about 1 week worth of extreme heat. Also, our barn set up is very good at staying cool. On the hottest days we will wet down the floor of the barn and run high velocity fans. This has worked very well for us so far in keeping the barn cool. The old standby of frozen water bottles is also a tried and true way to keep those fur babies cool. By the time you read this article, I hope your barn is full of convention babies! Have a safe and cool Summer! Pictured: Rachel Wrobleski's homebred doe, Sweet Ponderosa's Pemberly, with her triple BOB and RIS in Missoulam Montata's Join the Force show in May.

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District 2 Report “To the North, our district border is only 500 miles south of the Canadian border." ~Amber Henderson

Amber Henderson ambermom@gmail.com Regions Represented:

Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico

A picture is worth 1,000 words: Send your

BIS, RIS, BOB, & BOSB Pics & Info to: fluffeditor@gmail.com Subject line: Fluff

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Here are a few facts about NJWRC District 2 that you might not have thought about before. To the North, our district border is only 500 miles south of the Canadian border. To the South, a mere 1,000 miles from the equator. To the East, there are scorching low deserts and freezing high deserts; ancient adobe ruins and Olympic ski slopes. To the West, you’ll find the sunny beaches of San Diego and the cool, foggy, Redwood coastline of Crescent City. But even farther still (2,548.5 miles to be exact), are the tropical Hawaiian Islands. Our district is vast and diverse. Because of the expansive area of our district covers, we have both broad possibilities and unique challenges when it comes to our breed club membership numbers and member support. As you can see below, our NWJRC D2 members are relatively few. 4 - Arizona 19 - California 0 - Hawaii 0 - Nevada 1 - Utah 0 - New Mexico California has the highest numbers but when you consider that the state is equal in size to approximately 6 East Coast states, it is not surprising that members

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can feel isolated. Some may have great difficulty finding shows near them where there are other Jersey Wooly exhibitors to show against. The good news is that we have broad possibilities for lessening the challenges we face. Here are what some of our members are doing to increase membership and exhibitors in their areas. • Attracting new exhibitors by “showing off your wares.” You don’t have to be a salesperson to do this. Let your Woolies do the work by letting them sit on your grooming table between shows. Answer questions about our breed for inquisitive passersby. Bring high quality show stock to sell at shows. (Michaeline McConnell - CA) • Increase interest, education, and camaraderie by including an NJWRC membership with the purchase of show stock. We have more Jersey Wooly exhibitors in our District than NJWRC members. Let’s make sure they’re getting the support they need to stay with the hobby by gifting non-members a 1-year membership when they purchase from us. Keep membership forms right next to your pedigrees so they’ll be handy. (Lori Robasciotti - CA) Cont'd on page 10

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District 3 Report “Here in the Midwest, we have still had a lot of mother nature's wrath." ~ Haley Birkholz Hello fellow Jersey Wooly lovers!

Haley Birkholz

okcorralmercedes@yahoo.com Regions Represented: Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South D ­ akota & ­Wisconsin

First off, congrats to all the Spring Nationals winners! Sounds like everyone had a good time. I was unable to attend due to upcoming wedding expenses and not able to get the time off of work. Honeymooning is more important. Here in the Midwest, we have still had a lot of mother nature’s wrath. 30 degrees with a gloomy rain one day and 70 degrees with the sun

shining the next. This doesn't make for very good coats. I know my rabbits can’t decide what they are doing. Even with the weather, it seems like we still have some nice woolies crossing the tables in MN and WI while still holding decent rabbit and exhibitor numbers. Till next time, Haley Birkholz (Well, Haley Jewell if you get the Fluff after June 8th)

President's Report cont'd from page 2

Thank you to those who took time to vote; it does make a difference. This is the only way we can keep improving the breed. I also want to thank the Standards Committee for their work. It was a long process, and there was a thorough look at the standard. Elections are just around the corner with odd numbered district directors up for election, as well as the president. I anticipate there could be one or two amendments to the Constitution & Bylaws on the ballot. Elections are a critical part of our club operation. As a member, it is important for you to vote on selecting your representatives. The NJWRC Constitution & Bylaws states that if a person is running unopposed, the club does not have to issue a ballot. Think about it when you are asked to sign a nominating petition, is this the person who you want to represent your district?

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I am already gearing up for the summer months. We just reconditioned the swamp cooler, got a new motor, and added a fresh pad. The weather has been intermittently warm and cool but I have already been on the lookout for rattlesnakes. It gives me the shivers to think about them but I have had 4 different occasions with rattlers in the barn. Because of the snakes, the biggest thing I changed in the barn was to get everything off the floor and up 2 - 3 feet. This gives me a good view of the floor space before walking in. I also sealed off all the cracks and small holes on the outside barn walls. And lastly, there is a snake repellent powder dust that I got at the hardware store that I sprinkle all around the outside of the barn. So far, so good, no rattlers yet this year!

the Paradise fire storm and the number of people killed, California is getting aggressive with prevention. Every year it is a worry but this year is crazy, I hear of people who are losing their homeowners insurance because their property is too vulnerable to fires. The fire danger is considered high. There are crews out everywhere cutting down trees and removing under brush. We have been doing the same around our house. We have talked about having a fire drill or two to help us get our act together in case we had to evacuate quickly. I have prioritized which rabbits will be evacuated if I can’t take them all. I only hope I have time to get them all. I have all the carrying cages clean and close-by to grab quickly. Scary times and it will be a long hot summer. November marks the end of fire season.

Other than worrying about snakes, we have been gearing up for wild fire season. This year in California, because of

Have a great summer. Angel

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District 4 Report “Not only is this crazy weather hard on us humans, it’s terrible for our rabbits." ~ Kendra Williams

Kendra Williams

kthurmanwilliams@yahoo.com Regions Represented: Arkansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, & Texas

Hello District 4 members! Greetings from hot, humid, and flooded Central Texas where we have been hit with so much rain, we are swimming to get places! Well we have made it through another Jersey Wooly National Show. If you didn’t go, you really missed out. I had a blast as I always do at Nationals and Louisiana is always fun! If you haven’t been to a National Show you really need to try to get to one! You will not regret it! It’s that time of year to start preparing for summer and the hot days ahead. I’ve already cleaned my fans and made sure there are plenty of water bottles in the freezer. Summer is always my least favorite season as a rabbit breeder, for a couple of reasons: no rabbit shows, and it’s the time of year when you have to worry about the rabbits the most. We as rabbit breeders really

District 2 Report Cont'd from page 8

• Attend another state’s rabbit shows. Earlier this year, I took my mother to Phoenix, Arizona to visit my niece’s family so we could attend the blessing of their new baby. Nearby, in Casa Grande, there was a show planned for the same weekend. I brought along two rabbits - one to sell and one to show. At the show, I got to meet other exhibitors wanting to learn more about Woolies. We spent several hours chatting, going over rabbits, and answering questions. (Amber Henderson - CA) T h e

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have to be vigilant in making sure our rabbits don’t get overheated or dehydrated during the hot summer days. Every breeder has their own tried and true ways of making sure their animals are well taken care of, but there are some obvious things everyone does. Making sure your rabbits have plenty of fresh water is the number one most important thing in my opinion. Second would be plenty of shade with access to nice breeze or fans. You do those things and you will most likely not have many problems. Other things people do are provide misters near the rabbits to take the temperatures down a few degrees. When I had my rabbits outside, this really did work. Just take care not to get the rabbits or their food too wet. Frozen water bottles and frozen tiles in the cages also help keep the rabbits cool. There are lots of other ideas. Ask your fellow breeders what they suggest. Until next time, have a great summer!!

• Coordinate with other breeders so you can show together. Facebook is a great tool for connecting with exhibitors in our district. Plan ahead, send group messages, get head counts of both exhibitors and entries. Even poll exhibitors about what they want to learn most in order to plan for topic discussions during those shows. (Desiree Rogers - AZ) • Share your concerns about the challenges you are facing. A new Facebook page has sprung from one of our members doing exactly that. You can visit the group Jersey Wooly 10

District 2 Show Schedule if you want to share information about your favorite shows and coordinate with each other which shows you’d like attend. (Desiree Rogers - AZ) I hope you’ve found something from these suggestions that inspires you to reach out to support (and for support) within our district. Try these fresh (or tried and true) ideas out and let me know what your experience is via email (ambermom@gmail.com), on FB message, or in person. I look forward to seeing you all at a show soon! S u m m e r

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District 5 Report "I Make sure you check on the doe several times a day when she’s due just to make sure she's made a nice nest and has pulled plenty of wool." -Gayle Beirau

Gayle Beirau gbeirau@aol.com Regions Represented: Illinois, Kansas & Missouri

TidBits... Did You Know... Frozen ceramic tiles work great on hot days. The tiles enable your bunnies to lie over and are easier to deal with than frozen water bottles.

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Hello Everyone, I would like to start by saying Congratulations to all the winners at Nationals. I am so bummed that I wasn't able to attend this year but heard there were some absolutely stunning bunnies there. I so miss going and getting to visit will everyone. Hopefully I'll be able to make it next year. I would like to welcome some new District 5 members. A big hello to Sheila Giordano and Jody Weaver from Illinois. We are so happy to have you join our wonderful Wooly world and look forward to seeing you at the shows. We sure love seeing our District and hobby grow! Now if you're new to the Wooly breed or actually any breed and are not quite sure what to look for here are a few ideas I was given when just getting started. Doing a little research on the breed is a good idea. There is lots of information online to learn about the Jersey Wooly. Our NJWRC site is a great place to start. I was also told that, when looking for stock you should not buy because you like the color, that it's more important to buy because of type. Later when you get more familiar with the breed then start buying for color. At that point, you will have more of an idea of what to look for. When looking to buy your first bunnies you can start by attending a few shows and watching the judging. Pay close attention to what the judges are saying. You can learn a lot from them by listening to their comments. Walk around the show and talk to sev-

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eral different breeders and ask lots of questions. Tell them that you are new to the woolies and just getting started looking for stock. See what bunnies the breeders have available and have them go over their stock with you. I have found the wooly breeders to all be very friendly and helpful. They are always more than happy to help new breeders out and answer any questions you might have. You can ask around for recommendations on reputable breeders. Try to find a breeder that has been breeding and showing for several years and has established stock. If you can, bring a knowledgeable Wooly breeder along with you to help you find good stock. When looking, make sure the bunny doesn't have any DQ's such as bad teeth, split penis, mismatched nails. Check the color on the bunny. Make sure there aren't any white spots hiding under the arm pits. If it's an Agouti or Tan check for correct under color on their stomachs. Lots of breeders sell their stock on Facebook on the Wooly sites. You can get some beautiful stock from breeders out of State. It can be hard to buy from just seeing a picture of the bunny, so you'll want to ask lots of questions about the bunny such as age, temperament, what colors are behind the bunny, has the bunny been shown? If so, how did it do? What lines are behind them? If the bunny is a senior, is it proven? If it's a doe, is she a good mom? How many litters has she had? How many babies does she normally have? You can also ask to Continued on page 11

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District Reports Continued • District 5 Wins

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DISTRICT 5 NOTABLE WINS Brenda Kneir & Mo Bunnies Domino BOB and 2nd RIS Show A Metro East RBA Show in Highland IL 3/16/19

Brenda Kneir & MB’s Dazzle RIS Show A NEARBA Show in Jonesboro Arkansas 3/29

Karen Mezyk's doe, Kare’s Hare’s “She’s So Special” Back To Back BIS wins and awarded Best Of The Best 3/6 and 3/7 2019 Trailblazer’s Show, Sedalia Missouri

Brenda Kneir & MB’s Grady’s Girl BOB and 2nd RIS Show C Central Louisiana Spring Show 4/28 T h e

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District 6 Report “I want to give a heartfelt thank you to everyone who chipped in and made the show a success. Couldn’t have done it without you!"

~ Tracey Freeman

Tracey H Freeman

tntscountrycritters@hotmail.com

Regions Represented:

Alabama, Florida, ­Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, ­Tennessee, & Puerto Rico

TidBits... Summer Treats An irresistible healthy treat, such as sweet potato or apple, can keep your rabbits better hydrated and prevent them from going off feed.

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Wooly Nationals have come and gone. It was a blur for me, as it was nonstop with making sure things rolled along with the National and specialty shows, and registering rabbits in between. I had agreed to be the Registrar for the all-breed shows. Note to self: Never ever agree to do both at the same time again! The Wooly Banquet was held Saturday evening at Tunks Cypress Restaurant on Lake Kincaid. Although we had to wait a minute for our dinner to be prepared, I believe most of us enjoyed our food. We had over 40+ people attend. While waiting, one table got creative with the Mardi Gras beads that were given as souvenirs. Have you ever seen a Wooly made out of beads? I thoroughly enjoyed seeing everyone and hoped all had a nice time while in Louisiana. Congrats goes to my own District 6 member, Heike Cooley for BOB with her Broken Sr. Doe, DROP and Jessica and Cathie Usakowski for BOS with their Self Sr. Buck in Open. Youth BOB went to Ashley Landis with her Sr. Broken Buck and BOS went to Kira Martin with her Self Sr. Doe. I would like to recognize the BOG and BOSG winners for Open and Youth (respectively) as well: Agouti: BOG-Steven Buell & Connie For-

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ward; BOSG-Heike Cooley AOV: BOG-Terri & Steve Deer; BOSGLori Robasciotti Broken: BOG-Heike Cooley; BOSG-Kathy Moerbe Self: BOG-Cathie & Jessica Usakowski; BOSG-Terri & Steve Deer Shaded: BOG-Amber Henderson; BOSGSteven Buell & Connie Forward Tan: BOG-Kathy Moerbe; BOSG-Tracey & Tyrone Freeman Agouti: BOG-Kira Martin; BOSG-Aiden Murphy Broken: BOG-Ashley Landis; BOSG-Jed Boehme Self: BOG-Kira Martin; BOSG-Cody Landis Tan: BOG-Cody Landis I want to give a heartfelt thank you to everyone who chipped in and made the show a success. Couldn’t have done it without you! Summer is upon us and I want to have a few litters before it’s too hot. Convention is in Reno, NV this year and October will be here before we know it. I hope to have some nice juniors ready to show. You should have already started preparing. It will be a blast. In closing, if you have any questions, big wins, or just some advice, please email me or contact me via Facebook.

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District 7 Report "I want to end by saying thank you to the NJWRC for giving me the opportunity to serve as District 7 Director for this past term..."

Daniel Kuyoth katendan@yahoo.com Regions Represented:

Connecticut, Maine, ­Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, New Hampshire & V ­ ermont

TidBits. . . Always carry nail clippers. You never know when you will need to clip a zip tie on a cage or trim a toenail.

Ya gotta love spring! Warmer weather, new growth and babies. I held off on breeding for a while because I hate dealing with babies in the middle or even the tail end of winter. Hopefully now that spring is upon us, we're all filling those nest boxes and beginning to get some juniors ready for the fall shows, or Convention perhaps!? Convention will be in Reno, Nevada next year. It’s a little far for me, so I won't be going and I can't expect too many others from our district to be in attendance, however I do know of a couple that are planning the trek. While I'm on the topic of National shows, our NJWRC Nationals was held in Louisiana, and it was a HUGE success for our district members Connie Forward and Steven Buell! Couldn't be more proud or happy for this team! The pair came home with BOSG and best JR

~ Daniel Kuyoth

Shaded, BOG Agouti and best JR Self in the national show. In the all-breed shows, they picked up a BOB, a BOSB and some great group wins over this nationals weekend. I'd say that was a trip well worth it. Congratulations again! Also, a huge congratulations to all exhibitors in the nationals on a great exhibit. Continuing on about Nationals: **UPDATE 2020 JW Nationals** To be held in Syracuse, NY at the NYS Fair and Syracuse, Fairgrounds on 4/18/19. The host club, Northeast Jersey Wooly Breeders, are hard at work and will be getting more information out about the show very soon. For all the latest, look for their Facebook page, 2020 Jersey Wooly Nationals and All-Breed Double Show. I can't wait for this show! I want to end by saying thank you to the NJWRC for giving me the opportunity to serve as District 7 Director for this past term, and to our D7 members for being so great. This will be my last report for my favorite district as I plan to step back now that elections are up for the position. I hope whoever takes on this role enjoys it as much as I have and keeps improving what communication and membership we have developed. I'm very happy to see more momentum and numbers with our breed recently at the shows, and it has me very excited. Again, thank you all and see you at the shows! Thank you! -Daniel

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District 8 Report “Again, congratulations to all who were at Nationals, and thank you to our host club, the Louisiana Jersey Wooly Breeder Club."

Breed A Better Rabbit: The body

Julie Aversa jtaversa@gmail.com

Regions Represented: Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Manitoba & Ontario

Pictured below: Lindsay Aversa & Allstar's Last One Standing Broken Sr Doe, was awarded Reserve in Show in Jefferson, WI

I hope everyone had a great Nationals! In the last Fluff we discussed the first third of the standard: head, eyes and ears. The second third we will cover is the body. The body is a total of 30 points. Our standard states that the body is to be short and compact, with depth to approximately equal width. The shoulders are to be of nearly the same width as the hindquarters. The midsection is to be well filled. Hindquarters are to be full and well rounded. The top line is to have a slight rise from behind the ears to a high point over the loin, then to fall in a smooth curve to the base of the tail. Faults are long or narrow body/midsection; narrow shoulder or hindquarters; pinched or undercut lower hindquarters; roughness over hips. Disqualifications are animals exhibiting exceptionally long, narrow, rangy, body type.

~Julie Aversa

Our standard does address posing of a Jersey Wooly, and I think this is where most inconsistencies on the judging table exist. The standard says a Jersey Wooly should be posed in its natural position to display a high head mount, thus accentuating the compact type and bold head. A Jersey Wooly should not be stretched out or over tucked. The head must not be pushed or forced down. These practices distort the desired conformation. We all have experienced the judge that poses our beloved breed with their heads pushed to the table and those that jack them up to the moon with them posed on their tippy toes. Anything other than the individual rabbits natural pose will change how the body of that animal feels. An example is an animal that may be undercut, if you pose the animal in a higher pose, it will not feel as undercut. An animal with a lower headset if held at a higher pose will feel shorter etc. A correctly structured Jersey Wooly should be able to hold their pose. Feet and legs carry no points but are to be sturdy and straight. Front feet are to have normal fur below the ankle. Hind legs may carry wool below the hock. Fault is extremely fine bone There are no points for bone either. Disqualifications are for wool below the ankle joint, and toenail color per ARBA description. Here are some terms you will hear used, and what they mean: Continued on page 17

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Katrina Przybylowski jumpergirl141@gmail.com

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Hi everyone, I hope you all are enjoying Spring as much as I am. In this issue, I want to talk about breed promotion. It's essential to any breed, yet is something that I don't see talked about enough. Recently youth numbers are much lower than when I was in youth. I would love to see this change. So, let's discuss how we can promote the breed. Step One is to get the breed noticed by newcomers and other exhibitors. One way is to breed super quality animals that do well on the table. But that's not too hard, we are all striving to do that anyway. Another important part of this is to be receptive to questions and be willing to talk to strangers about the breed. There's a large

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misconception out there that Jersey Woolies are a hard breed, when compared to many other breeds; they are not. I hear this frequently at shows and have had people display interest when they found out Woolies are not as hard as they thought. One selling point for youth, especially 4-H youth is that Woolies are extremely easy to handle and make wonderful showmanship partners. A tip for initiating these conversations is to leave a well-behaved animal sitting on a rug on top of your carrier. Woolies are very pretty to look at, and having one out on display can certainly attract people. The next step is to provide people with rabbits. I know a lot of people have seen my posts online about the importance of selling rabbits. To reiterate those posts, without good quality animals available, our breed would eventually die out. Nobody wants to buy a poor-quality rabbit for showing or breeding. But before you cull, decide, is the rabbit actually poor quality? Or is it just poor in your barn? Remember we all started somewhere; your mediocre could be really nice for someone else, or could have really nice pieces that someone else may need. The best way to leave an impression on the breed is through breeding.

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Continued from Page 11 see more pictures of the bunny. Maybe a few from different angles. It's always nice to start with a trio. Get 2 nice does and a buck that will complement the does. Make sure the colors are compatible. This is where a good knowledgeable breeder can help you out. Colors can be tricky. The main thing when buying is do some homework on the breed and get an idea of what you would like, and look around some. Don't just buy a bunny because it's cheap. There might be a reason the bunny is cheap. There are so many great breeders out there that can help you get started with some very nice stock. I have some shout outs for our District. Karen Mezyk gets a shout out for her awesome win with Kare's Hare's She's So Special. Karen’s doe won back-to-back Best In Shows April 6th and 7th at the Trailblazers show in Sedalia Missouri. Her doe then went on to be awarded The Best of The Best. Her doe was only 9 months old, too. Wow what a win and what a Doe! Congratulations to Karen and "She's So Special"! Way to go! The next Shout Out goes to Brenda Kneir. She's actually got three of them! Her first is with a beautiful broken, Mo Bunnies Domino, who was BOB Show A then 2nd Reserve in Show at the Metro East RBA show March 16th. Next is MB's Dazzle, who got RIS Show A at the NEARBA Show in Jonesboro Arkansas March 29th. A third win is with her beautiful Broken Doe MB's Grady's Girl, who was BOB Show C then 2nd Reserve in Show at the Central Louisiana Spring Show April 28th. Wow Brenda way to go! Super nice job!

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Chopped-A body type fault where there is an abrupt and sharp vertical fall from the top of the hip to the tail. Not well filled out and rounded. Cobby-A short and stocky body type which is close coupled and very compact. Condition-The overall physical state of a rabbit in relation to health, cleanliness, fur and grooming. Cow Hocks-Hind legs that turn inward at the hock, causing toe portion to tun outward from the body. A disqualification from competition, if severe. Dead tail-A tail that is hard and brittle due to the loss of circulation. Not a disqualification unless broken and out of alignment. Depth- (1) the measurement downward from the top line of the body to the lowest portion of the body. (2) The term describing the extension of color down the hair shaft. Deviated Spine-A deviation in the spine (vertebrae of the neck and back) whereby the normal alignment of the bones is replaced by deformed misshapen, or misaligned vertebrae. The condition can often be detected by gentle palpation of the vertebrae along the top line of the rabbit. They are often found in the shoulder area. A Disqualification from competition. Deviated Sternum-A condition in which the connecting tissue of the ribs and/or breast-

bone fuse together forming an irregular sternum. Typically found at the lower end of the rib cage. Characterized by a lump or cone shaped bony protrusion, which may also extend up into the internal cavity of the animal. A disqualification from competition. Flat Shoulders (long shoulder)-A trait that occurs when the top line over the shoulders is noticeably parallel to the surface of the judging table. A lack of continuous arch from the neck over the shoulders. Pigeon Breasted-A narrow chest with a protruding “V” shaped breast bone. A disqualification from competition. Pinched Hindquarters-Hindquarters tapering towards the tail, giving a pinched appearance. Screw tail/wry tail- An abnormal tail, bent, carried, or twisted permanently to one side. A corkscrew tail with one or more turns. A disqualification from competition. Overall, we have 28 points on the head, ear and eye. The body is worth 30 points. Pretty equal and working towards a balanced rabbit. In the next fluff we will discuss the last third, wool condition and color. Again, congratulations to all who were at Nationals, and thank you to our host club, the Louisiana Jersey Wooly Breeder Club. Breed what you like, like what you breed. Julie Aversa

Please remember any shout outs you have please send them to me so we can have them put in the next issue. Gayle

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Youth Report “Summer is approaching and that means warm weathermake sure to keep your woolies cool..." ~ Lindsay Aversa

Lindsay Aversa

allstarwoolies@gmail.com

Youth Committee Chair for all Youth Jersey Wooly Members

Nationals was held in Alexandria, Louisiana on April 27th. Congratulations to Ashley and Cody Landis with their Best of Breed win with Allstar's Leo, Broken Sr Buck. And congratulations to Kira Martin with HHH's Mistletoe Self Sr Doe. It was a great showing! Congratulations to the other win-

ners as well! Next, we will be looking forward to Convention in Reno, Nevada. Summer is approaching and that means warm weather--make sure to keep your woolies cool and good luck youth exhibitors!

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Secretary's Report "I would like to discuss this time the importance of youth to our breed club. It is always nice to see new member applications come in for youth, and adults as well." ~Doug Brown

Doug Brown NJWRCsecretary@gmail.com (608) 487-3291

Hey MEMBERS! Use your phone to access the NJWRC PayPal link:

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Hello fellow wooly enthusiasts. I want to start off by sending my congratulations to all the winners at the national show. I have heard that it was a very nicely run show with a very nice venue. Kudos to the club for putting the national show on, I have been involved with putting on a Nationals, and know the hard work and dedication that goes along with that. I would like to discuss this time the importance of youth to our breed club. It is always nice to see new member applications come in for youth, and adults as well. But our future will always rely on the youth to keep the love of this breed going. Anytime an open exhibitor can, we need to try to support the youth in our breed. And we need existing youth supporting any new members that come along. That is one thing that I have noticed amongst this breed, the camaraderie is like no other breed that I have been associated with in the past.

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That is one thing that we all as breeders/ exhibitors should be proud of. Our membership numbers are holding strong, but we could always use more. There has been a lot of discussion of late on the importance of promoting this breed. Numerous very good ideas have been put out there. For the most part at the shows and other venues that I have been at involving rabbits, it seems to me that the exhibitors make themselves available as much as possible to answer any questions that newcomers may have. This last weekend, I saw a young man purchase his very first Jersey Wooly and the smile on that young man’s face was priceless. So nice to see a fellow exhibitor take the time to educate this young man. You could see the excitement in his eyes. I personally hope that he gains the love and passion for this breed as so many of us have. It is of great importance to remember at one time or another we were all new to the rabbit world, so no question is dumb. Even after years of being in the rabbit world we all come across things that we have not seen before--we are all still learning, as it should be. Thank you all for your continued support of this club. And for being the great group of wooly people that you are.

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ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANNA: JERSEY WOOLY NATIONAL SPECIALTY

OPEN BEST OF BREED

HEIKE COOLEY & SOUTHERN STAR'S HEARTDROP The following day, she won BOB in the Louisiana Jersey Wooly Breeders specialty show. I liked this girl from the start and had hoped she would mature into a pretty girl-and she did! Southern Star's Heartdrop is very tightly line-bred, and then out-crossed. Heartdrop's dam always produces something nice, but she doesn't have many born alive. I am glad Southern Star's Heartdrop is one of them.

This was an up and down year for us: rabbits not in coat, starting a full-time job, and my daughter, Cheyanne, is no longer with me to breed and show the Jersey Woolies. She is still on the side line, but not involved much more.

It's been close to eight years of breeding and showing these little guys that have won my heart. I remember going to one of the first shows in Louisiana and meeting Mrs. Kathy Moerbe, our Teacher (LOL). She gave my daughter and me the first look into the breed. Our road continued to where I met Brian Caudill on Facebook. I started private messaging him, and he always helped me with my questions. He kept me on the right path all those years. I still hear him say "Breed for TYPE and BODY first." So, Mrs. Kathy and Brian, thank you guys for the help on this road!

When it came time to enter for the National show, it didn't look promising. I kept looking at a couple, but some didn't make it to any shows. One day my young senior doe, Southern Star's Heartdrop, not even a year old, grew a very nice coat. She looked better every day! She had never shown, and I figured I would show her anyways. I also had a nice broken chestnut senior buck to show, but when I looked him over, I saw he had pulled a tooth, so I had to scratch him. I was very disappointed to have such a small entry, but I wanted to see all the friends I made over the years and just have fun. I didn't think in my wildest dreams that little young doe was going to the top--and I mean ALL the way to the top-winning the Jersey Wooly National show, and also another BOB in the all-breed show, and then Reserve in Show! T h e

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JESSICA & CATHY USAKOWSKI & TLL'S RHAEGAR Hey everyone! My name is Jessica Usakowski and my mom, Cathie, and I show Jersey Woolies together. I'm an ARBA Judge, and many times while I judge, my mom handles the rabbits and shows them. Our rabbitry name is Three Little Ladies Rabbitry. It all started with my 2 sisters and I showing together 17 years ago. And while my sisters have found other interests in life, my passion for raising rabbits has remained.

showing career and when I moved to open, I didn't stop there. My first year showing in Open we had the honor of winning Best of Breed with TLL's Karma at the ARBA convention. When I started to judge, I was ok with slowing down the breeding in my barn and putting more focus on other breeds. Finding the balance between judging and my own herd has been challenging but this last year I started to really find that balance.

For a while, raising my own herd took the back burner as I focused on judging. I had a very successful youth

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garyen), who ends up finding out he's the rightful heir to the Iron Throne of the 7 Kingdoms. TLL's Rhaegar just sired a litter of 6 yesterday and I have hopes that one is a Jon Snow.

TLL's Jack, who had an amazing show career for me when I was still showing in youth. He won several BOBs, RIS, BIS and sired many rabbits in my herd until he passed. TLL's Rhaegar's name comes from a TV show called Game of Thrones. Rhaegar Targaryen's character on the show is one of my favorites as he is the father of one of the main characters in the show, Jon Snow (Aegon Tar-

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When I considered TLL's Rhaegar to part of my show team in Louisiana, he wasn't quite finished with his coat but I knew how good he felt. When it was show day, I knew the time for the judges to pick Best of Breed had to be coming soon. At this point I knew he had won Best of Group Self. I was judging a class of junior American Chinchillas when I glanced up and my mom was standing there looking excited. I continued to judge best of breed for the American Chinchillas and then rushed over to hear the good news! TLL's Rhaegar had won Best Opposite Sex of Breed and Best White Wool, and I was proud. I'm so thankful for all my mentors and friends in this hobby. It was a great honor to win under highly respected judges, Allen Mesick and Scott Rodriguez, whom I have looked up to in my judging career. I am so proud to produce a rabbit from my herd like TLL's Rhaegar.

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EDITORIAL: ON HIRING JUDGES

JUDGE SELECTION PROCESS FOR ARBA CONVENTIONS BY BRENDA REILLY

ings. What people don’t think about is that every club hires judges, many hire multiple judges, all for the same date and time. When judges make a bid, they also don’t know what the location will be, and transport and housing costs are on them. We have a judge next year that was asked 12 years ago to judge us. We also keep spots open for the new judges that have been in our breed, have a great knowledge of our breed, and want to judge for us. These are usually easy to hire as they can’t accept shows until they receive their license. Any new judges can be added to the list during the year by having three members who have shown under the new judge send me a recommendation. We will have new judge lists this year at the convention in Reno, and publish it in the Fluff again after convention.

I have recently been asked to explain how we compile our list and hire the judges for ARBA Conventions. We get to send the host club a list of the judges we have contacted, sometimes years ahead, for their consideration. It is not a guarantee that we get the judges we’ve requested; the judges are then hired by the host club. Because it’s an honor to be asked to judge at the ARBA, the judges are paid by the number of the animals they judge. They get no transportation paid. The NJWRC also gives them a small additional check as a thank you. Over the years, we have taken the current ARBA judges list and asked the membership to vote on judges they “want” and judges they “don’t want” (with a valid reason for not wanting them). Both Open and Youth members are asked to cast these votes! We want as much input as we can get. From this list, I then send out emails to the suggested judges, and wait for their response back. On the email I ask the years they might be available to judge our breed. Some don’t respond, some are not taking any further dates. From the ones that do respond, I fit them in to the years for which we have openT h e

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National Jersey Wooly Rabbit Club Nationals Show

Open Jersey Wooly Results Judged by:

230,000 SF climate controlled building About 10 miles south of Alexandria

Allan Mesick & Scott Rodriguez

Hosted by the Louisiana Jersey Wooly Breeders Club SHOW SUPERINTENDENT: Tracey Freeman

JUDGES

Nationals entries: $12 Open/Youth $3 Wool Deadline is Fri., April 19, 10:00 PM

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LODGING:

Best Western Inn 2720 N. MacArthur Dr. Alexandria, LA 866-272-4856 12.4 miles from show Pets allowed for fee

LaQuinta Inn 6116 W. Calhoun Dr. Alexandria, LA 855-809-3504 15.3 miles from show Pets allowed free

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Best of Breed: Best Opposite of Breed: Best Display: Best Wool:

Show Secretary: Heike Cooley Email: southernstarsrabbitry@gmail.com Phone: 337-375-5233

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Showroom opens at 4 PM, Friday Check-In till closing at 8 PM Rabbits may stay overnight Fri. & Sat. in leak -proof carriers FREE Cooping limited to rabbits flown in Nationals judging begins 8 AM, Sat.

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Youth Jersey Wooly Results Judged by:

230,000 SF climate controlled building About 10 miles south of Alexandria

Scott Weibesohn

Hosted by the Louisiana Jersey Wooly Breeders Club SHOW SUPERINTENDENT: Tracey Freeman

Nationals entries: $12 Open/Youth $3 Wool Deadline is Fri., April 19, 10:00 PM

JUDGES

Ashley Landis, Broken Senior Buck, #S Kira Martin, Self Senior Doe, #ME Kira Martin Kira Martin, #CORY

PLUS Double All-Breed Show - Sat. Single All-Breed Show - Sun. JW Specialty - Sun.

LODGING:

Best Western Inn 2720 N. MacArthur Dr. Alexandria, LA 866-272-4856 12.4 miles from show Pets allowed for fee

Best of Breed: Best Opposite of Breed: Best Display: Best Wool:

Show Secretary: Heike Cooley Email: southernstarsrabbitry@gmail.com Phone: 337-375-5233

LaQuinta Inn 6116 W. Calhoun Dr. Alexandria, LA 855-809-3504 15.3 miles from show Pets allowed free

AIRPORT:

Baymont Inn 2301 N. MacArthur Dr. Alexandria, LA 866-296-5767 11.3 miles from show Pets allowed for fee

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Hosted by the Louisiana Jersey Wooly Breeders Club SHOW SUPERINTENDENT: Tracey Freeman

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Nationals entries: $12 Open/Youth $3 Wool Deadline is Fri., April 19, 10:00 PM

Show Secretary: Heike Cooley Email: southernstarsrabbitry@gmail.com Phone: 337-375-5233

Youth: tin, TX Chase Aus

Best Western Inn 2720 N. MacArthur Dr. Alexandria, LA 866-272-4856 12.4 miles from show Pets allowed for fee

PLUS Double All-Breed Show - Sat. Single All-Breed Show - Sun. JW Specialty - Sun.

LODGING:

LaQuinta Inn 6116 W. Calhoun Dr. Alexandria, LA 855-809-3504 15.3 miles from show Pets allowed free

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Baymont Inn 2301 N. MacArthur Dr. Alexandria, LA 866-296-5767 11.3 miles from show Pets allowed for fee

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2019 NATIONAL JERSEY WOOLY CLUB

STANDARD COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

2019 National Jersey Wooly Rabbit Club - Standard Committee Recommendations Bold strikethrough indicates removal from standard BOLD Italic indicates adding to the standard

Standard currently reads

Proposed changes to the Standard

Reason for change

BODY---Points 30: The body is to be short and compact, with depth to approximately equal width. The shoulders are to be of nearly the same width as the hindquarters. The midsection is to be well filled. Hindquarters are to be full and well rounded. The top line is to rise slightly, from a strong shoulder, rounding in a smooth curve to the base of tail. Note: The body must be assessed by feeling and not by sight alone. The wool may alter the visual concept of the body type.

BODY---Points 30: The body is to be short and compact, with depth to approximately equal to width. The shoulders are to be of nearly the same width as the hindquarters. The midsection is to be well filled. Hindquarters are to be full and well rounded. The top line is to rise slightly, from a strong deep chest and shoulder, with the high point above the stifle (knee), then rounding in a smooth curve to the base of tail. Note: The body must be assessed by feeling and not by sight alone. The wool may alter the visual concept of the body type.

To clarify the body structure and increase understanding of how the body should look and feel.

Posing: A Jersey Wooly should be posed in a relaxed, natural position to display a high head mount, thus accentuating the compact type and bold head. A Jersey Wooly should not be stretched out or over tucked. The head must not be pushed or forced down, nor should it be overmanipulated to pose unnaturally high. These practices distort the desired conformation.

Posing: A Jersey Wooly should be posed in a relaxed, natural position to display a high head mount, thus accentuating the compact type and bold head. To pose: align the front feet with the eye, place the back foot in line with the stifle (knee) and pose the rabbit gently to align the eye with the high point of the body and then evaluate. The rabbit should not be stretched out or over tucked. The head must not be pushed or forced

To add a clear direction that the Agree: 88 breed should be posed, and a description of how the Jersey Wooly should be posed.

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Circle your choice

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Disagree: 3 No selection made: 1

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The 13 Commandments of Rabbit Shows Author Unknown

1. Though shalt not show, nor bring to a show sick animals.

2. Though shalt be on time to the show. 3. Though shalt trim the nails of rabbits before attending the show. 4. Though shalt have thy entry form and thy control sheet and remark cards ready and completely filled out... legibly. 5. Though shalt watch thy children and not let them run wild at the show. 6. Though shalt get thine animals to the judging table in a timely manner. 7. Though shalt not touch, talk to, or otherwise identify thine animal as thy own once it is placed on the judging table. 8. Though shalt not interrupt thy judge or writer. 9. Though shalt not complain about the judging at the judging table. 10. Though shalt not go behind the judging table. 11. Though shalt not handle another's animal without permission. 12. Though shalt not complain about how the show is running. 13. Though S p r i n g 2 T h shalt e F enjoy l u f f the hobby, and make friends with fellow 35exhibitors.

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2019 ELECTION:

CANDIDATE BIOGRAPHIES

Every year the NJWRC holds an election for new members of the NJWRC Board of Officers and Directors. Each elected position is held for two years. In odd-numbered years, President and Director positions for the odd-numbered districts are up for election. In even-numbered years, the Vice President, Secretary and Director positions for even-numbered districts are up for election. Election information is disseminated early in the summer, and ballots are sent out in August. The new Board is installed and announced before or during the ARBA Convention, and start their work immediately following Convention.

District 1 Director

H

ello Jersey Wooly members,

My name is Meadow Gustafson and I am half of the team that makes up Wild Meadows Rabbitry. I am running for re-election for the District 1 Director. I have been raising Jersey Woolies for nearly 30 years. I am very passionate about promoting the Jersey Wooly in all its beauty. My daughter and I have made many videos about our breed to help beginners coming into the world of Woolies. We want every person to be set up for success in their breeding and showing career. The success of the Jersey Wooly depends on the breeders. As a district director, I want to be able to support and encourage every person who has an interest in the breed. I am here to share what knowledge I have and to encourage people in any way I can. I enjoy meeting people and welcome all questions. I hope that you will allow me to continue in the position of District 1 Director and will place a vote for me. Meadow Gustafson Wild Meadows Rabbitry

Candidate: Meadow Gustafson (incumbent)

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District 3 Director

y Name is Haley Birkholz (soon to be Jewell). I would like run again for D3 Director. I started out in rabbits in 2004 when my 4H leader gave me a Jersey Wooly buck. My passion grew from there, and here I am today. I was an active board member of the Great Plains Jersey Wooly Rabbit Club for 10 years (including hosting two Nationals in that time period) and am currently the apprentice on the NJWRC standards committee. I am also an ARBA registrar and studying to take my ARBA judges test. Locally, I have been the county fair rabbit superintendent for five years, alongside my mom. I find rabbits very rewarding and like to give back to our adult and youth members by helping wherever is needed. Last year I took on organizing and selecting Sweepstakes awards and running the Golden Fleece Auction. One of my favorite parts of being on the board is helping out at convention by being a ramrod or writer. Please consider voting for me for another term on the NJWRC board. Thank You T h e

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District 5 Director

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y husband surprised me with a pair of REW Jersey Woolies in the Spring of 2016. My first thought was they are beautiful but I don't have time for these guys! I soon realized those easy-care coats weren't much trouble at all. Three years later, I have a barn full of Woolies and I absolutely love them! I would like to be District 5 Director. My husband Mark and I enjoy traveling and showing our rabbits. He raises Creme d'Argent. The thing I enjoy most about my hobby is meeting new people and promoting this wonderful breed! I love talking to other breeders and learning all I can about Jersey Woolies. If elected it is my goal to increase NJWRC memberships in Kansas, Illinois, and Missouri. I especially enjoy educating youth and new breeders and will continue to do so. Candidate: Brenda Knier

District 7 Director

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i All! I am honored to have your consideration for the position of Director for District 7. As a youth I bought my first rabbit from a small country fair and entered her in a show a few months later in January of 1992. This little Wooly will always have a special place in my heart for introducing me to this wonderful hobby. I had a hiatus of a few years when I was starting my family. Having three kids ages 3 and under takes a lot out of a person! I always maintained my ARBA membership, knowing I would soon return to my favorite pastime: raising, caring for, and showing rabbits. Several years ago, I was gifted with a pair of Woolies, reminding me of the love I have for the breed and the community that raises them. In the years since rejoining the rabbit world, I have gradually increased the ways I can serve my clubs. Some of these positions are official, such as operating as Director for one local all-breed club, while I also volunteer in several unofficial roles. These include spending a few Candidate: Mae Swan weeks a year at various fairs representing the hobby to curious fairgoers, helping run the raffle table at shows, writing and printing club show catalogs, placing orders for trophies and picking them up from the company, or simply being a gopher and doing whatever the show secretary or superintendent request. I am now in a position to offer my services to a club that is so valuable to the Wooly showing experience. The members raising our breed are among the most courteous, kind, and supportive people in the hobby. We can have wonderful discussions about breed features in which we vehemently disagree, yet retain civility and leave the conversation with respect and friendship for the other person. We encourage each other at shows. We support and educate new breeders without reservation. What wonderful traits for a group to have! In my role as director I would strive to represent my district in their wishes while retaining these characteristics that our breeders are known for in the rabbit world.

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District 9 Director

No candidate running in D9

President I am submitting my candidacy for President of the National Jersey Wooly Rabbit Club. I’d be honored, and grateful, for your support. Most likely, you know me best as the person who badgers you for win photos and articles! I am your current Vice President (serving my second term in that capacity), and I sit on the Constitution and Bylaws, Youth, and Standards Committees, serve as the managing editor of the FLUFF and take on whatever task is needed for the club. I won’t promise you perfection as a president, but I will promise to listen to the membership and to work hard for the club, while always keeping our shared goals and the mission of the NJWRC in mind. My rabbitry is Pi Hollows, started initially with my son in 2007, and run jointly until 2012, when he decided to pursue other interests, but the woolies still held my heart, and still do. I have experienced more than once the cycle of highs and lows that is this hobby of breeding show rabbits. I know that there is more to learn, no matter how much one knows. Candidate: Cheryl Loesch I have a passion for Jersey Woolies, and also for my fellow breeders and exhibitors. I appreciate all of them, more than I can express in words. Some of my past experiences that may help in the role of NJWRC president, should you choose to elect me, are similar roles in other clubs. I am currently the President of the Great Plains Jersey Wooly Rabbit Club, a specialty club that has twice hosted Nationals since I’ve been its President (2013 and 2017). The GPJWRC has a wonderful board and membership that made hosting those two Nationals possible. I have held board positions in an AKC dog club, as Director, Treasurer, and President, and for several years as the head of that club’s rescue, and also for several years as their newsletter editor. For several years, I was a 4H rabbit project leader and county fair barn supervisor. This work with the youth is possibly the most important role I’ve had, and both memorable and educational.

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Open - Overall Points 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019

Open - Award of Excellence 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019

Plc

Exhibitor Name / State

Dist

# Shws

Ttl Pts

Plc

Exhibitor/State

Dist #

# Shows

BOB/BOSB Pts

1

Miller, Bill - PA

9

28

10208

1

Miller, Bill - PA

9

28

1635

2

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

36

10081

2

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

36

1154

3

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

39

7145

3

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

39

965

4

Mezyk / Seibert, Karen & Shirley - IL

5

19

6369

4

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

1

31

820

5

Haskins, Frances - MD

9

26

6321

5

Henderson, Amber - CA

2

30

813

6

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

1

31

5388

6

Loesch, Cheryl - MN

3

31

694

7

Sherlock, Barb - PA

9

24

5375

7

Mezyk / Seibert, Karen & Shirley - IL

5

19

678

8

Moerbe, Kathy - TX

4

27

4429

8

Haskins, Frances - MD

9

26

608

9

Beirau, Gayle - IL

5

15

3841

9

Sherlock, Barb - PA

9

24

535

10

Reilly / Ringelstetter, Brenda & Christi - WI

3

29

3780

10

Boulier, DeAnn & Niles - MI

8

25

511

11

Henderson, Amber - CA

2

30

3587

11

Garsow, Lori - MN

3

23

461

12

Boulier, DeAnn & Niles - MI

8

25

3433

12

Grady, Rob & Paula - CO

4

11

399

13

Przybylowski, Christy & Katrina - PA

9

31

3293

13

Kuyoth, Daniel - RI

7

12

362

14

Loesch, Cheryl - MN

3

31

3281

14

More, Gail - OH

8

32

347

15

More, Gail - OH

8

32

3061

15

Deer, Terri & Steve - SC

9

14

336

16

Garsow, Lori - MN

3

23

2820

16

Reilly / Ringelstetter, Brenda & Christi - WI

3

29

329

17

Kuyoth, Daniel - RI

7

12

2797

17

Moerbe, Kathy - TX

4

27

326

18

Grady, Rob & Paula - CO

4

11

2676

18

Caudill, Brian - TN

6

10

289

19

Sefcik, April & Kaitlyn - OH

8

29

2657

19

Snell, Terri - TX

4

18

270

20

Birkholz, Haley - WI

3

12

2626

20

Anderson, Grace & Sarah - KY

8

18

256

21

Buell / Forward, Steven / Connie & Aaron Jr. - NY

7

17

2307

21

McConnell, Michaeline - CA

2

26

228

22

McConnell, Michaeline - CA

2

26

2210

22

Beirau, Gayle - IL

5

15

200

23

Cartwright, Rebecca - MN

3

18

2196

23

Austin / Austin / Williams, Chase & Patrick / Kendra - TX

4

7

185

24

Edder, Deidre - SC

9

22

2164

24

Buell / Forward, Steven / Connie & Aaron Jr. - NY

7

17

184

25

Snell, Terri - TX

4

18

2083

25

Deling, Kelsey & Carmen - MN

3

13

183

26

Deer, Terri & Steve - SC

9

14

1999

26

Edder, Deidre - SC

9

22

147

27

Anderson, Grace & Sarah - KY

8

18

1961

27

Summers, Andrea - WY

1

9

146

28

Robasciotti, Lori - CA

2

25

1885

28

Kelly, Janelle - OR

1

26

138

29

Deling, Kelsey & Carmen - MN

3

13

1843

29

Jones, Sue - IN

8

17

133

30

Kelly, Janelle - OR

1

26

1819

30

Przybylowski, Christy & Katrina - PA

9

31

132

31

Caudill, Brian - TN

6

10

1813

31

Collins, Judy - OH

8

28

115

32

Wassom, Claudia - SD

3

14

112

Wood, Laurie - OH

8

20

112

32

Collins, Judy - OH

8

28

1731

33

Austin / Austin / Williams, Chase & Patrick/Kendra - TX

4

7

1586

34

Lyons, Melanie & Yvonne - NY

7

15

1501

34

LeSage, Angel - CA

2

12

105

35

Waltz, Jennie - CA

2

11

1473

35

Sefcik, April & Kaitlyn - OH

8

29

98

36

Spotswood, Arielle - CA

2

13

1405

36

Checchio, Gina - PA

9

17

92

37

Wassom, Claudia - SD

3

14

1380

37

Achgill, Helene - IN

8

8

81

38

LeSage, Angel - CA

2

12

1192

38

Cartwright, Rebecca - MN

3

18

74

39

Jones, Sue - IN

8

17

1181

39

Waltz, Jennie - CA

2

11

73

40

Shepherd, Dru - NJ

9

9

1103

40

Robasciotti, Lori - CA

2

25

71

41

Wood, Laurie - OH

8

20

1025

41

Freeman, Tracey & Tyrone - LA

6

10

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Open - Overall Points by District 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019 (Top 5 Places Ea) District 1

Exhibitor, State

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

31

5388

2

Kelly, Janelle - OR

26

1819

3

Summers, Andrea - WY

9

758

4

Tanner, Kimberley - OR

6

442

5

Moffett, Desiree - MT

9

432

DISTRICT 2:

# Shows Henderson, Amber - CA

30

3587

2

McConnell, Michaeline - CA

26

2210

3

Robasciotti, Lori - CA

25

1885

4

Waltz, Jennie - CA

11

1473

5

Spotswood, Arielle - CA

13

1405

DISTRICT 3:

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Reilly / Ringelstetter, Brenda & Christi - WI

29

3780

2

Loesch, Cheryl - MN

31

3281

3

Garsow, Lori - MN

23

2820

4

Birkholz, Haley - WI

5

Cartwright, Rebecca - MN

DISTRICT 4:

12 18 # Shows

2626 2196

Moerbe, Kathy - TX

27

4429

2

Grady, Rob & Paula - CO

11

2676

3

Snell, Terri - TX

18

2083

4

Austin / Austin / Williams, Chase & Patrick / Kendra - TX

7

1586

5

Younggreen / Younggreen & Holliday, Kelly Jo / Cassidy & Joyce - CO

15

405

DISTRICT 5:

# Shows

2

Haskins, Frances - MD

26

6321

3

Sherlock, Barb - PA

24

5375

4

Przybylowski, Christy & Katrina - PA

31

3293

5

Edder, Deidre - SC

22

2164

Plc

Exhibitor / State

Dist

# Shows

Total Pts

1

Waltz, Jennie - CA

2

1

320

2

Spotswood, Arielle - CA

2

10

283

3

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

6

234

4

Boulier, DeAnn & Niles - MI

8

1

208

5

Henderson, Amber - CA

2

1

160

6

Haskins, Frances - MD

7

3

126

7

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

2

105

8

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

1

5

60

9

More, Gail - OH

8

1

50

10

McKie, Helen - NC

9

1

48

11

Garsow, Lori - MN

3

5

36

12

Przybylowski, Christy & Katrina - PA

9

3

23

Ttl Pts

1

Ttl Pts

Open - Colored Wool 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019

Ttl Pts

1

# Shows

Open - White Wool 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019

Ttl Pts

Plc

Exhibitor / State

Dist

# Shows

Total Pts

1

Henderson, Amber - CA

2

24

2231

2

Boulier, DeAnn & Niles - MI

8

1

160

3

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

1

5

152

4

Przybylowski, Christy & Katrina - PA

9

3

146

1

Kneir, Brenda - MO

39

7145

5

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

2

140

2

Mezyk / Seibert, Karen & Shirley - IL

19

6369

6

Spotswood / Henderson, Arielle & Amber - CA

2

5

122

3

Beirau, Gayle - IL

15

3841

7

Spotswood, Arielle - CA

2

3

100

4

Jimenez, Carolyne - IL

11

681

8

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

4

90

5

Moore, Sharon - IL

10

584

9

Kelly, Janelle - OR

1

5

81

Ttl Pts

10

Lyons, Melanie & Yvonne - NY

7

2

62

DISTRICT 6:

# Shows

1

Caudill, Brian - TN

10

1813

2

Freeman, Tracey & Tyrone - LA

10

890

3

Lumley, Brenda - GA

5

367

4

Brown, Chris - AL

7

223

5

Cooley, Heike - LA

8

213

DISTRICT 7:

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Kuyoth, Daniel - RI

12

2797

2

Buell / Forward, Steven / Connie & Aaron Jr. - NY

17

2307

3

Lyons, Melanie & Yvonne - NY

15

1501

4

Grecenko, Sandra - ME

9

800

5

Lovely, Tara - ME

6

277

DISTRICT 8:

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

36

10081

2

Boulier, DeAnn & Niles - MI

25

3433

3

More, Gail - OH

32

3061

4

Sefcik, April & Kaitlyn - OH

29

2657

5

Anderson, Grace & Sarah - KY

18

1961

DISTRICT 9: 1

# Shows Miller, Bill - PA

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Var/Sex

Owner/State

Dist

Open - Herdsman Points by District 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019

# Shows

Herdsman Points

ROTY Pts

Place Exhibitor, State

Dist

Herd Pts

1

K3

Self B

Miller, Bill - PA

9

17

26

877

1

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

1

43

2

KJ

Self D

Miller, Bill - PA

9

16

27

575

2

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

35

3

SWN

Bkn D

Henderson, Amber - CA

2

14

27

479

4

BM

Bkn D

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

8

11

444

3

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

29

5

DO

Bkn B

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

11

19

342

4

Loesch, Cheryl - MN

3

26

6

BCR

Shad D

Garsow, Lori - MN

3

8

16

326

5

Haskins, Frances - MD

9

25

6

Deer, Terri & Steve - SC

9

23

Grady, Rob & Paula - CO

4

23

Mezyk / Seibert, Karen & Shirley - IL

5

23

Boulier, DeAnn & Niles - MI

8

22

Moerbe, Kathy - TX

4

22

Kuyoth, Daniel - RI

7

19

Miller, Bill - PA

9

19

Anderson, Grace & Sarah - KY

8

18

McConnell, Michaeline - CA

2

18

Sherlock, Barb - PA

9

18

16

Henderson, Amber - CA

2

17

17

Caudill, Brian - TN

6

16

Garsow, Lori - MN

3

16

Buell / Forward, Steven / Connie & Aaron Jr - NY

7

15

More, Gail - OH

8

15

Edder, Deidre - SC

9

14

7

CADM

Bkn B

Loesch, Cheryl - MN

3

7

14

272

8

BB136

Self D

Sherlock, Barb - PA

9

7

10

269

9

M181

Bkn D

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

9

15

250

10

TOA

Bkn D

Henderson, Amber - CA

2

6

11

224

11

BH

Bkn B

Boulier, DeAnn & Niles - MI

8

4

6

217

12

MBC

Shad B

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

7

11

208

13

MC1

Self D

Mezyk / Seibert, Karen & Shirley - IL

5

6

10

198

14

WLPC3

Bkn D

Haskins, Frances - MD

9

3

5

196

15

RB

Shad D

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

1

4

8

185

16

77

Bkn D

Reilly / Ringelstetter, Brenda & Christi - WI

3

5

7

158

17

3B1P

Bkn B

Deling, Kelsey & Carmen - MN

3

6

9

141

18

CPK34

Shad D

Austin / Austin / Williams, Chase & Patrick / Kendra - TX

4

5

10

139

19

TT245

AOV D

Kuyoth, Daniel - RI

7

2

4

138

9

11 13

19

21

20

WLPC4

Bkn D

Haskins, Frances - MD

9

3

6

130

21

FT291

Self B

Boulier, DeAnn & Niles - MI

8

4

7

129

Reilly / Ringelstetter, Brenda & Christi - WI

3

14

Snell, Terri - TX

4

14

Summers, Andrea - WY

1

13

22

WT1

Shad D

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

4

8

128

23

MM1

Shad B

Jones, Sue - IN

8

9

13

123

24

KDU

Bkn B

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

1

5

7

120

24

Wassom, Claudia - SD

3

13

26

Kelly, Janelle - OR

1

10

27

Beirau, Gayle - IL

5

9

Freeman, Tracey & Tyrone - LA

6

9

29

Austin / Austin / Williams, Chase & Patrick / Kendra - TX

4

8

30

Collins, Judy - OH

8

7

Deling, Kelsey & Carmen - MN

3

7

Jones, Sue - IN

8

7

Menard, Nina - WA

1

7

Przybylowski, Christy & Katrina - PA

9

7

LeSage, Angel - CA

2

6

Robasciotti, Lori - CA

2

6

Achgill, Helene - IN

8

5

TF

ag B

Miller, Bill - PA

9

5

8

120

26

HBW

Self B

More, Gail - OH

8

2

4

119

27

PANZERWAGO

Ag B

Moerbe, Kathy - TX

4

6

8

117

28

GOV

Bkn B

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

3

4

114

29

CC

AOV B

Kneir, Brenda - MO

5

4

7

112

30

S1

Bkn D

Aversa, Lindsay & Julie - MI

8

2

4

111

31

FT17X

Ag D

Grady, Rob & Paula - CO

4

5

9

107

BB47

Shad D

Sherlock, Barb - PA

9

4

8

107

33

LTO

Bkn B

Deer, Terri & Steve - SC

9

4

8

104

34

JAVA

Tan D

Wood, Laurie - OH

8

2

4

103

35

IGN

Tan B

Loesch, Cheryl - MN

3

3

5

102

36

CR9

Bkn B

Caudill, Brian - TN

6

3

6

100

ACH

Shad D

Loesch, Cheryl - MN

3

4

6

100

Grecenko, Sandra - ME

7

5

38

BB11

Tan B

Sherlock, Barb - PA

9

5

5

99

Lumley, Brenda - GA

6

5

39

KDY

Tan D

Mezyk / Seibert, Karen & Shirley - IL

5

3

1

98

Winters, Bobby - OK

4

5

Wood, Laurie - OH

8

5

Checchio, Gina - PA

9

4

Felton, Ashely - WA

1

4

Holdbrook, Kaile - MT

1

4

Lovely, Tara - ME

7

4

40

SPARKLEBOMB

Self D

Gustafson / Robertson, Meadow & Bethany - OR

1

9

10

96

41

GHT

Self B

Snell, Terri - TX

4

3

5

93

42

JAZZ

Ag B

Checchio, Gina - PA

9

2

4

92

43

GUN

Bkn B

Caudill, Brian - TN

6

3

6

90

T h e

F l u f f

35

37

42

41

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Youth - Overall Points 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019 Plc

Exhibitor / State

Youth - Award of Excellence 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019

Dist

# Shows

Ttl Pnts

1

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

5

39

6523

2

Landis, Cody - PA

9

24

3570

3

Walkup, Rachael - PA

9

31

2616

4

DeSelm, Madelyn - MI

8

22

1850

5

Wood, Carlie - OH

8

18

1641

6

Landis, Ashley - PA

9

12

1326

7

White, Isaac - NE

3

20

1305

8

Wolfe, Michael - TX

4

11

1208

9

Williams, Autumn Marie - TX

4

11

1192

10

Pienta, Mallory - WI

3

12

1181

11

Martin, Kira - TX

4

14

1056

12

Byers, Max & Jocelyn - IN

8

10

976

13

Naber, Jenna - MI

8

13

967

14

Meyer, Jazlyn - MN

3

14

946

15

Laurel, Greta - WI

3

18

882

16

Bukovich, Izzy - MN

3

12

855

17

Murphy, Aiden - TX

4

10

812

18

Walker, Morgan - KY

8

13

777

19

Humecky, Luke - CA

2

13

766

20

Giorgianni, Calista - MO

5

19

680

21

Milinkovich, Morgan - MN

3

10

618

22

Curletto, Bettina - CA

2

19

552

23

Longdo, Santanna - WI

3

11

540

24

DeLattre, Livia - QC

7

11

479

25

Licciardello, Emily - NJ

9

9

452

26

Lawrence, Jamie - NJ

9

13

417

27

Auld, Kayla - OK

4

19

416

28

Reker, Carson - MO

5

9

398

29

Dinsmore, Paige - VA

9

22

363

30

Martinson, Talia - MN

3

5

330

31

Kelly, Cheyanna - OR

1

15

313

32

Tillery, Haley - KS

5

3

299

33

Gustafson / Roberts, V Jackson & Naomi - OR

2

15

296

34

Isbell, Abigail - OK

4

17

294

35

Joles, Benjamin - OH

8

10

286

36

Curletto, Ava - CA

2

18

260

37

Kalinin, Nikolai - MD

9

8

258

38

Darby, Andi - WV

9

2

217

39

Curletto, Alessandro - CA

2

17

190

40

Krug, Kayleigh - PA

9

5

180

41

Bain, Mirrer - MT

1

10

174

T h e

F l u f f

Plc

Dist

# Shows

BOB / BOSB Pts

1

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

5

39

432

2

DeSelm, Madelyn - MI

8

22

367

3

Martin, Kira - TX

4

14

335

4

Landis, Cody - PA

9

24

324

5

Walkup, Rachael - PA

9

31

259

6

Wood, Carlie - OH

8

18

246

7

Landis, Ashley - PA

9

12

243

8

Naber, Jenna - MI

8

13

210

9

Walker, Morgan - KY

8

13

206

10

Laurel, Greta - WI

3

18

201

11

White, Isaac - NE

3

20

186

12

Williams, Autumn Marie - TX

4

11

131

13

Pienta, Mallory - WI

3

12

122

14

Curletto, Bettina - CA

2

19

112

15

Byers, Max & Jocelyn - IN

8

10

109

16

Meyer, Jazlyn - MN

3

14

97

17

Milinkovich, Morgan - MN

3

10

77

18

Tillery, Haley - KS

5

3

62

19

Giorgianni, Calista - MO

5

19

55

20

Wolfe, Michael - TX

4

11

54

21

Murphy, Aiden - TX

4

10

53

22

Ebling, Gavin - AR

4

5

39

24

28

30 31

Reker, Carson - MO

5

9

39

Darby, Andi - WV

9

2

36

DeLattre, Livia - QC

7

11

36

Humecky, Luke - CA

2

13

36

Longdo, Santanna - WI

3

11

36

Isbell, Abigail - OK

4

17

32

Martinson, Talia - MN

3

5

32

Joles, Benjamin - OH

8

10

31

Franek, Madison - PA

9

6

30

Paden, Caroline - PA

9

7

30

33

Lawrence, Jamie - NJ

9

13

28

34

Newnom, Sadie - CA

2

8

24

35

Wrobleski, Rachel - MT

1

7

23

36

Krug, Kayleigh - PA

9

5

22

37

Curletto, Alessandro - CA

2

17

19

Gustafson / Roberts, V Jackson & Naomi - OR

2

15

19

Curletto, Ava - CA

2

18

13

39 40

42

Exhibitor / State

Newnom, Lily - CA

2

8

10

Routley, Lily - MI

8

5

10

42

Bukovich, Izzy - MN

3

12

9

43

Auld, Kayla - OK

4

19

6

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Y

Youth -Herdsman 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019

Youth - Overall Points by District 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019 District 1

Exhibitor, State

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Kelly, Cheyanna - OR

15

313

2

Bain, Mirrer - MT

10

174

3

Wrobleski, Rachel - MT

7

143

4

Brownell, Lizzy - MT

3

110

5

Gibson, Aspen - WA

2

55

DISTRICT 2: Exhibitor, State

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Humecky, Luke - CA

13

766

2

Curletto, Bettina - CA

19

552

3

Gustafson / Roberts, V Jackson & Naomi - OR

15

296

4

Curletto, Ava - CA

18

260

5

Curletto, Alessandro - CA

17

190

DISTRICT 3:

Exhibitor, State

# Shows

White, Isaac - NE

20

1305

2

Pienta, Mallory - WI

12

1181

3

Meyer, Jazlyn - MN

14

946

4

Laurel, Greta - WI

18

882

5

Bukovich, Izzy - MN

12

855

DISTRICT 4:

Exhibitor, State

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Wolfe, Michael - TX

11

1208

2

Williams, Autumn Marie - TX

11

1192

3

Martin, Kira - TX

14

1056

4

Murphy, Aiden - TX

10

812

5

Auld, Kayla - OK

19

416

DISTRICT 5:

Exhibitor, State

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

39

6523

2

Giorgianni, Calista - MO

19

680

3

Reker, Carson - MO

9

398

4

Tillery, Haley - KS

3

299

5

Jimenez, Nando - IL

3

77

DISTRICT 6:

Exhibitor, State

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Foster, Sarah - FL

6

122

Hackleman, Moriah - FL

DISTRICT 7:

Exhibitor, State

1

36

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1 2

DeLattre, Livia - QC

11

479

Downs, Kyle - NH

4

26

3

Gagnon, Nash - ME

2

18

DISTRICT 8:

Exhibitor, State

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

DeSelm, Madelyn - MI

22

1850

2

Wood, Carlie - OH

18

1641

3

Byers, Max & Jocelyn - IN

10

976

4

Naber, Jenna - MI

13

967

5

Walker, Morgan - KY

13

777

DISTRICT 9:

Exhibitor, State

# Shows

Ttl Pts

1

Landis, Cody - PA

24

3570

2

Walkup, Rachael - PA

31

2616

3

Landis, Ashley - PA

12

1326

4

Licciardello, Emily - NJ

9

452

5

Lawrence, Jamie - NJ

13

417

T h e

F l u f f

Herd Pts

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

5

28

2

Landis, Cody - PA

9

23

3

DeSelm, Madelyn - MI

8

22

4

Wood, Carlie - OH

8

20

5

Martin, Kira - TX

4

16

Naber, Jenna - MI

8

16

Walkup, Rachael - PA

9

12

White, Isaac - NE

3

12

Landis, Ashley - PA

9

11

Laurel, Greta - WI

3

11

Pienta, Mallory - WI

3

11

Curletto, Bettina - CA

2

10

7

9

12

Meyer, Jazlyn - MN

3

10

14

Milinkovich, Morgan - MN

3

9

15

Wolfe, Michael - TX

4

8

16

Walker, Morgan - KY

8

7

17

Isbell, Abigail - OK

4

6

Williams, Autumn Marie - TX

4

6

Byers, Max & Jocelyn - IN

8

5

19

23

30

36

43

43

Dist

1

Ttl Pts

1

2

Place Exhibitor, State

Curletto, A-lessandro - CA

2

5

Ebling, Gavin - AR

4

5

Giorgianni, Calista - MO

5

5

Curletto, Ava - CA

2

4

Gustafson / Roberts, V Jackson & Naomi - OR

1

4

Humecky, Luke - CA

2

4

Longdo, Santanna - WI

3

4

Martinson, Talia - MN

3

4

Paden, Caroline - PA

9

4

Tillery, Haley - KS

5

4

Darby, Andi - WV

9

3

DeLattre, Livia - QC

7

3

Joles, Benjamin - OH

8

3

Lawrence, Jamie - NJ

9

3

Murphy, Aiden - TX

4

3

Newnom, Sadie - CA

2

3

Franek, Madison - PA

9

2

Gagnon, Nash - ME

7

2

Gustafson, Kendra - OR

1

2

Krug, Kayleigh - PA

9

2

Reker, Carson - MO

5

2

Routley, Lily - MI

8

2

Wrobleski, Rachel - MT

1

2

Auld, Kayla - OK

4

1

Bain, Mirrer - MT

1

1

Bukovich, Izzy - MN

3

1

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Youth - Jersey Wooly Rabbit of the Year 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019 Plc/Ear #

Var/Sex

Owner/State

1

SQ5

Bkn D

2

ME

Self D

3

AF365

Shad D

Youth - Colored Wool 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019

Dist

# Shows

ROTY Pts

Plc

Exhibitor / State

Dist

# Shows

Total Pts

Walker, Morgan - KY

8

7

190

1

Curletto, Bettina - CA

2

12

237

Martin, Kira - TX

4

6

162

2

Licciardello, Emily - NJ

9

6

182

136

3

Delattre, Livia - QC

7

4

160

4

Dinsmore, Paige - VA

9

9

138

Landis, Ashley - PA

9

4

4

MOPC2

Ag B

Walkup, Rachael - PA

9

7

125

5

TRIN

Self D

Laurel, Greta - WI

3

9

123

5

Laurel, Greta - WI

3

10

90

6

TT175

AOV B

Walkup, Rachael - PA

9

6

118

6

Landis, Ashley - PA

9

2

36

7

BLIZ

Self D

Martin, Kira - TX

4

4

111

7

Foster, Sarah - FL

6

1

35

104

8

Pienta, Mallory - WI

3

1

30

103

9

Landis, Cody - PA

9

2

26

98

10

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

5

2

24

11

Martinson, Talia - MN

3

1

16

12

Lawrence, Jamie - NJ

9

2

12

8 9 10

SP H51

Self D Self B

Giorgianni, Layla - MO DeSelm, Madelyn - MI

8 3

4 7

HOWREWD

Self B

11

AF317

Bkn B

Landis, Cody - PA

9

4

87

12

AF360

Self D

Landis, Ashley - PA

9

4

84

13

LT2

Ag B

Naber, Jenna - MI

8

2

79

14

V141

Self D

DeSelm, Madelyn - MI

8

5

78

15

JEON

Ag B

Wood, Carlie - OH

8

4

77

16

PT

Bkn B

DeSelm, Madelyn - MI

8

5

76

17

Q39

Ag B

Curletto, Bettina - CA

2

10

70

18

SQ

Tan D

Wood, Carlie - OH

8

3

69

19

B1

Self B

Byers, Max & Jocelyn - IN

8

3

67

20

AM16

Ag D

Williams, Autumn Marie - TX

4

2

66

21

MS

Tan D

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

5

2

61

22

CHA

Bkn B

Laurel, Greta - WI

3

4

58

23

TAWA

Bkn B

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

5

4

57

24

COTTON

Self D

Tillery, Haley - KS

5

2

55

25

DIVA

AOV D

Murphy, Aiden - TX

4

2

53

26

GW

Ag B

Landis, Cody - PA

9

3

52

27

TALX

Self D

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

5

2

50

28

AF343

Self B

Landis, Cody - PA

9

1

46

29

CH

Self B

Pienta, Mallory - WI

3

3

43

30

White, Isaac - NE

5

7

NT2

Bkn D

Curletto, Bettina - CA

2

8

42

CE4

Self B

Naber, Jenna - MI

8

2

42

CORY

Self B

Martin, Kira - TX

4

4

41

DR

Bkn B

Meyer, Jazlyn - MN

3

2

41

34

GG

Bkn D

Reker, Carson - MO

5

1

39

35

MARTY

Bkn D

White, Isaac - NE

3

5

37

36

BESTBEFORE

Ag B

DeLattre, Livia - QC

7

2

36

BW4

Tan D

DeSelm, Madelyn - MI

8

4

36

LB

Tan D

Giorgianni, Calista - MO

5

1

36

SCTL

Self B

Longdo, Santanna - WI

3

3

36

LC04

Shad D

Milinkovich, Morgan - MN

3

2

36

AM15

Self B

Williams, Autumn Marie - TX

4

3

36

TADA

Self D

Ebling, Gavin - AR

4

4

35

32

42 43

46 47

50

M448

Bkn B

Giorgianni, Layla - MO

5

3

34

PJ

Self B

Pienta, Mallory - WI

3

2

34

BTS

Ag D

Wood, Carlie - OH

8

2

34

LTD

Tan D

Meyer, Jazlyn - MN

3

2

32

A2

Self D

Franek, Madison - PA

9

1

30

HOWYOUDOIN

Ag B

Landis, Cody - PA

9

1

30

1G

Shd D

Paden, Caroline - PA

9

2

30

B2

Shad D

Byers, Max & Jocelyn - IN

8

2

28

T h e

F l u f f

Youth - White Wool 2018-2019: As of 05/20/2019 Plc

Exhibitor / State

Dist

# Shows

Total Pts

1

Longdo, Santanna - WI

3

10

94

2

Lawrence, Jamie - NJ

9

4

83

3

Licciardello, Emily - NJ

9

3

76

4

Humecky, Luke - CA

2

3

75

5

Laurel, Greta - WI

3

6

62

6

Landis, Cody - PA

9

2

58

7

Benner, Maggie - NJ

9

2

36

8

Pienta, Mallory - WI

3

1

24

9

Martinson, Talia - MN

3

1

20

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NJWRC 18/19 Season (Runs 7/1/18 - 6/30/19) Included in this issue 12/1/18-4/6/19 NJWRC Sanction #

0/Y

A/S

Show Date

Host Club

Location

NJWRC Sanction #

0/Y

A/S

Show Date

Host Club

Location

P5646-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

RP of Santa Clara Valley #A

CA, Hollister

P5311-Y8A

Y

A

12/08/18

Dauphin Co 4H YC #B

PA, Harrisburg

P5648-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

RP of Santa Clara Valley #B

CA, Hollister

P5426-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

Mid Atlantic R&CS #A

PA, Harrisburg

P5650-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

RP of Santa Clara Valley #C

CA, Hollister

P5427-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

Mid Atlantic R&CS #B

PA, Harrisburg

P5647-Y8A

Y

A

12/01/18

RP of Santa Clara Valley #A

CA, Hollister

P4995-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

TN, Lawrenceburg

P5649-Y8A

Y

A

12/01/18

RP of Santa Clara Valley #B

CA, Hollister

Rabbit Producers of Alabama #A

P5651-Y8A

Y

A

12/01/18

RP of Santa Clara Valley #C

CA, Hollister

P4997-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

Rabbit Producers of Alabama #B

TN, Lawrenceburg

P5232-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

Johnson Co RBA #B

TX, Cleburne

P5233-Y8A

Y

A

12/08/18

Johnson Co RBA #B

TX, Cleburne

P5234-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

Southwest RBA #C

TX, Cleburne

P5235-Y8A

Y

A

12/08/18

Southwest RBA #C

TX, Cleburne

P4599-O8A

O

A

12/09/18

California R&CS #D

CA, Red Bluff

P4601-O8A

O

A

12/09/18

California R&CS #E

CA, Red Bluff

P5484-O8A

O

A

12/15/18

California R&CS #A

CA, Costa Mesa

P5486-O8A

O

A

12/15/18

California R&CS #B

CA, Costa Mesa

P5488-O8A

O

A

12/15/18

California R&CS #C

CA, Costa Mesa

N4109-O8A

O

A

12/15/18

North Central Indiana RBA #A

IN, Shipshewana

N4110-O8A

O

A

12/15/18

North Central Indiana RBA #B

IN, Shipshewana

P4935-O8A

O

A

12/31/18

Golden Prairie RBA

IN, Lafayette

P6223-O8S

O

S

12/31/18

Golden Prairie RBA

IN, Lafayette

P4936-Y8A

Y

A

12/31/18

Golden Prairie RBA

IN, Lafayette

P6224-Y8S

Y

S

12/31/18

Golden Prairie RBA

IN, Lafayette

P5797-O8A

O

A

12/31/18

Rebel RB #A

WA, Chehalis

P5799-O8A

O

A

12/31/18

Rebel RB #B

WA, Chehalis

P5801-O8A

O

A

01/01/19

Rebel RB #C

WA, Chehalis

P6003-O8A

O

A

01/04/19

Pennsylvania State Farm Show

PA, Harrisburg

P6004-Y8A

Y

A

01/04/19

Pennsylvania State Farm Show

PA, Harrisburg

N2112-Y9A

Y

A

01/05/19

Solano RBA #A

CA, Dixon

N2113-Y9A

Y

A

01/05/19

Solano RBA #B

CA, Dixon

P5019-O8A

O

A

01/05/19

Central North Dakota RB #1

ND, Wahpeton

P5021-O8A

O

A

01/05/19

Central North Dakota RB #2

ND, Wahpeton

P5020-Y8A

Y

A

01/05/19

Central North Dakota RB #1

ND, Wahpeton

P5022-Y8A

Y

A

01/05/19

Central North Dakota RB #2

ND, Wahpeton

N2465-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Central Illinois RBA #A

IL, Arthur

N2466-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Central Illinois RBA #B

IL, Arthur

N1023-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

MI OH State Line RBA #A

MI, Birch Run

N1025-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

MI OH State Line RBA #B

MI, Birch Run

N1024-Y8A

Y

A

12/01/18

MI OH State Line RBA #A

MI, Birch Run

N1026-Y8A

Y

A

12/01/18

MI OH State Line RBA #B

MI, Birch Run

N2390-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Missouri State RPA #A

MO, Sedalia

N2392-Y8A

Y

A

12/01/18

Missouri State RPA #A

MO, Sedalia

P5901-O8S

O

S

12/01/18

Kudzu Kountry Wooly Club

SC, Columbia

P5530-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Southern Pride R&CC #A

SC, Columbia

P5532-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Southern Pride R&CC #B

SC, Columbia

P5226-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Texas RBA #B

TX, Killeen

P5228-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Texas RBA #C

TX, Killeen

P5227-Y8A

Y

A

12/01/18

Texas RBA #B

TX, Killeen

P5229-Y8A

Y

A

12/01/18

Texas RBA #C

TX, Killeen

N1130-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Richmond RBA #1

VA, Aylett

N1131-O8A

O

A

12/01/18

Richmond RBA #2

VA, Aylett

N2391-O8A

O

A

12/02/18

Missouri State RPA #B

MO, Sedalia

N2393-Y8A

Y

A

12/02/18

Missouri State RPA #B

MO, Sedalia

M2790-O8A

O

A

12/02/18

Garden State R&CBA #A

NJ, Augusta

M2791-O8A

O

A

12/02/18

Garden State R&CBA #B

NJ, Augusta

P5852-O8S

O

S

12/02/18

Garden State R&CBA

NJ, Augusta

M2792-Y8A

Y

A

12/02/18

Garden State R&CBA #A

NJ, Augusta

M2793-Y8A

Y

A

12/02/18

Garden State R&CBA #B

NJ, Augusta

P4593-O8A

O

A

12/07/18

California R&CS #A

CA, Red Bluff

P5613-O8A

O

A

12/07/18

Southern States R&CS

TN, Lawrenceburg

P5230-O8A

O

A

12/07/18

Johnson Co RBA #A

TX, Cleburne

P5231-Y8A

Y

A

12/07/18

Johnson Co RBA #A

TX, Cleburne

N2347-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

Keep It Hopping RC #A

CA, Chino

N2348-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

Keep It Hopping RC #B

CA, Chino

P4594-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

California R&CS #B

CA, Red Bluff

P4596-O8A

O

A

12/08/18

California R&CS #C

CA, Red Bluff

P4597-Y8A

Y

A

12/08/18

California R&CS #A

CA, Red Bluff

C4804-O8A

O

A

01/05/19

Rochester R&CBA #A

NY, Auburn

P4598-Y8A

Y

A

12/08/18

California R&CS #B

CA, Red Bluff

C4806-O8A

O

A

01/05/19

Rochester R&CBA #B

NY, Auburn

M4284-O8S

O

S

12/08/18

Pacific Coast Wooly RC

CA, Red Bluff

P6289-O8A

O

A

01/11/19

Arkansas Delta RBA

AR, Jonesboro

P6290-Y8A

Y

A

01/11/19

Arkansas Delta RBA

AR, Jonesboro

P4719-O8A

O

A

01/12/19

Northeast Arkansas RB #A

AR, Jonesboro

P4721-O8A

O

A

01/12/19

Northeast Arkansas RB #B

AR, Jonesboro

N3932-Y8A

Y

A

12/08/18

Salt City RBA #A

KS, Hutchinson

N3932-Y8A

Y

A

12/08/18

Salt City RBA #B

KS, Hutchinson

P5310-Y8A

Y

A

12/08/18

Dauphin Co 4H YC #A

PA, Harrisburg

T h e

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Shows Included in Sweepstakes Calculation - NJWRC 18/19 Season (12/1/18-4/6/19) NJWRC Sanction #

0/Y

A/S

Show Date

Host Club

Location

NJWRC Sanction #

0/Y

A/S

Show Date

Host Club

Location

P6056-Y8S

Y

S

02/02/19

North East Jersey Wooly Breeders #A

PA, Lebanon

P5840-O9A

O

A

02/02/19

Pennsylvania State RBA

PA, Lebanon

P5841-Y9A

Y

A

02/02/19

Pennsylvania State RBA

PA, Lebanon

P6057-O8S

O

S

02/03/19

North East Jersey Wooly Breeders #B

PA, Lebanon

P6058-Y8S

Y

S

02/03/19

North East Jersey Wooly Breeders #B

PA, Lebanon

P5838-O9A

O

A

02/03/19

Pennsylvania State RBA

PA, Lebanon

P5839-Y9A

Y

A

02/03/19

Pennsylvania State RBA

PA, Lebanon

N3637-Y8A

Y

A

02/0702/08/19

Southwestern Expo & Livestock Show

TX, Fort Worth

P6297-O9A

O

A

02/09/19

California R&CS #A

CA, Santee

P6299-O9A

O

A

02/09/19

California R&CS #B

CA, Santee

P6301-O9A

O

A

02/09/19

California R&CS #C

CA, Santee

P6770-O9A

O

A

02/09/19

Longs Peak RBA #A

CO, Loveland

P6772-O9A

O

A

02/09/19

Longs Peak RBA #B

CO, Loveland

P6596-O9A

O

A

02/09/19

Cumberland Co RB #A

ME, Windham

P6598-O9A

O

A

02/09/19

Cumberland Co RB #B

ME, Windham

P6597-Y9A

Y

A

02/09/19

Cumberland Co RB #A

ME, Windham

P6599-Y9A

Y

A

02/09/19

Cumberland Co RB #B

ME, Windham

P4720-Y8A

Y

A

01/12/19

Northeast Arkansas RB #A

AR, Jonesboro

P4722-Y8A

Y

A

01/12/19

Northeast Arkansas RB #B

AR, Jonesboro

P5694-O9A

O

A

01/12/19

Arizona State RCBA #A

AZ, Casa Grande

P5696-O9A P5698-O9A

O O

A A

01/12/19 01/12/19

Arizona State RCBA #B Arizona State RCBA #C

AZ, Casa Grande AZ, Casa Grande

P5574-O8A

O

A

01/18/19

Mid-Tex RBA #A

TX, Killeen

P5575-Y8A

Y

A

01/18/19

Mid-Tex RBA #A

TX, Killeen

P6103-O8A

O

A

01/19/19

Kern Co RBA #A

CA, Bakersfield

P6105-O8A

O

A

01/19/19

Kern Co RBA #B

CA, Bakersfield

P6107-O8A

O

A

01/19/19

Kern Co RBA #C

CA, Bakersfield

P6091-O9A

O

A

01/19/19

Platte River RF #A

CO, Henderson

P6093-O9A

O

A

01/19/19

Platte River RF #B

CO, Henderson

P5731-Y8A

Y

A

01/19/19

Florida State R&CBA #A

FL, Largo

P5733-Y8A

Y

A

01/19/19

Florida State R&CBA #B

FL, Largo

C4208-O8A C4210-O8A C4212-O8A

O O O

A A A

01/19/19 01/19/19 01/19/19

Central Savannah River Area RBA #A

GA, Grovetown

Central Savannah River Area RBA #B

GA, Grovetown

Central Savannah River Area RBA #C

GA, Grovetown

P5538-O8S

O

S

01/19/19

Kudzu Kountry Wooly Club

GA, Grovetown

P5274-O9A

O

A

02/10/19

Lakeland RBC

WI, Elkhorn

N2922-08A

O

A

01/19/19

New Jersey State R&CBA #A

NJ, Logan Township

P5275-Y9A

Y

A

02/10/19

Lakeland RBC

WI, Elkhorn

P6456-O9A

O

A

02/16/19

Georgia State RCA #A

GA, Perry

P6458-O9A

O

A

02/16/19

Georgia State RCA #B

GA, Perry

P6244-O9A

O

A

02/16/19

Borderlands RB #A

MT, Glendive

P6246-O9A

O

A

02/16/19

Borderlands RB #B

MT, Glendive

N3979-O8A

O

A

02/16/19

Lower Columbia RBA #A

OR, Astoria

P6653-O9A

O

A

02/16/19

Brookings RC #A

SD, Watertown

P6655-O9A

O

A

02/16/19

Brookings RC #B

SD, Watertown

P6478-Y9A

Y

A

02/17/19

Cloverdale Citrus Fair #A

CA, Cloverdale

P6479-Y9A

Y

A

02/17/19

Cloverdale Citrus Fair #B

CA, Cloverdale

N3981-O8A

O

A

02/17/19

Lower Columbia RBA #B

OR, Astoria

N3343-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

California State R&CBA #A

CA, Turlock

N3344-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

California State R&CBA #B

CA, Turlock

N3347-Y8A

Y

A

02/23/19

California State R&CBA #A

CA, Turlock

N3348-Y8A

Y

A

02/23/19

California State R&CBA #B

CA, Turlock

P7239-Y9S

Y

S

02/23/19

Pacific Coast Wooly RC

CA, Turlock

N3477-O9A

O

A

02/23/19

Indiana State RBA #A

IN, Danville

N3479-Y9A

Y

A

02/23/19

Indiana State RBA #A

IN, Danville

P5741-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

Southwest Missouri Hare Raisers #A

MO, Mt Vernon

P5742-O8A

Y

A

02/23/19

Southwest Missouri Hare Raisers #B

MO, Mt Vernon

P5743-Y8A

Y

A

02/23/19

Southwest Missouri Hare Raisers #A

MO, Mt Vernon

P5744-Y8A

Y

A

02/23/19

Southwest Missouri Hare Raisers #B

MO, Mt Vernon

P6074-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

Magnolia State RBA #A

MS, Columbia

P6075-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

Magnolia State RBA #B

MS, Columbia

P6077-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

Magnolia State RBA #C

MS, Columbia

M0981-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

Stark Co R&CBA #A

OH, Canton

M3800-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

Stark Co R&CBA #B

OH, Canton

N2923-O8A

O

A

01/19/19

New Jersey State R&CBA #B

NJ, Logan Township

N2924-Y8A

Y

A

01/19/19

New Jersey State R&CBA #A

NJ, Logan Township

N2925-Y8A

Y

A

01/19/19

New Jersey State R&CBA #B

NJ, Logan Township

P6330-O9S

O

S

01/19/19

North East Jersey Wooly Breeders

NJ, Logan Township

P5570-O8A

O

A

01/19/19

Mid-Tex RBA #B

TX, Killeen

P5572-O8A

O

A

01/19/19

Mid-Tex RBA #C

TX, Killeen

P5571-Y8A

Y

A

01/19/19

Mid-Tex RBA #B

TX, Killeen

P5573-Y8A

Y

A

01/19/19

Mid-Tex RBA #C

TX, Killeen

P6041-O8A

O

A

01/20/19

Western Maine RBA

ME, Westbrook

P6043-O8A

O

A

01/20/19

Western Maine RBA

ME, Westbrook

P6045-O8A

O

A

01/20/19

Western Maine RBA

ME, Westbrook

P5493-O8A

O

A

01/25/19

California R&CS #A

OR, St Helens

P6957-Y9A

Y

A

01/25/19

California R&CS #A

OR, St Helens

P6510-O9A

O

A

01/26/19

Piedmont Triad RF #A

NC, Mocksville

P6512-O9A

O

A

01/26/19

Piedmont Triad RF #B

NC, Mocksville

P6513-Y9A

Y

A

01/26/19

Piedmont Triad RF #A

NC, Mocksville

P6511-Y9A

Y

A

01/26/19

Piedmont Triad RF #B

NC, Mocksville

P5494-O8A

O

A

01/26/19

California R&CS #B

OR, St Helens

P5496-O8A

O

A

01/26/19

California R&CS #C

OR, St Helens

P5495-Y8A

Y

A

01/26/19

California R&CS #B

OR, St Helens

P5497-Y8A

Y

A

01/26/19

California R&CS #C

OR, St Helens

P5634-O8A

O

A

01/26/19

East River RBA #A

SD, Sioux Falls

P5637-O8A

O

A

01/26/19

East River RBA #B

SD, Sioux Falls

P5635-Y8A P5638-Y8A N3636-O8A

Y Y O

A A A

01/26/19 01/26/19

East River RBA #A East River RBA #B

SD, Sioux Falls SD, Sioux Falls

02/0102/03/19

Southwestern Expo & Livestock Show

TX, Fort Worth

N1066-O8A

O

A

02/02/19

Big Valley RA #A

CA, Stockton

M0982-Y8A

Y

A

02/23/19

Stark Co R&CBA #A

OH, Canton

N1067-O8A

O

A

02/02/19

Big Valley RA #B

CA, Stockton

M3801-Y8A

Y

A

02/23/19

Stark Co R&CBA #B

OH, Canton

P6055-O8S

O

S

02/02/19

North East Jersey Wooly Breeders #A

PA, Lebanon

P5044-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

Harris Co RB of Texas #A

TX, Crosby

P5046-O8A

O

A

02/23/19

Harris Co RB of Texas #B

TX, Crosby

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Shows Included in Sweepstakes Calculation - NJWRC 18/19 Season (Runs 7/1/18 - 6/30/19) Shows Included in Sweepstakes Calculation - NJWRC 18/19 Season (12/1/18-4/6/19) NJWRC Sanction #

0/Y

A/S

Show Date

Host Club

Location

NJWRC Sanction #

0/Y

A/S

Show Date

Host Club

Location

P5045-Y8A

Y

A

02/23/19

Harris Co RB of Texas #A

TX, Crosby

P7053-O9S

O

S

03/09/19

Y

A

02/23/19

Harris Co RB of Texas #B

TX, Crosby

Great Plains Jersey Wooly RC #A

WI, Jefferson

P5047-Y8A N3345-O8A

O

A

02/24/19

California State R&CBA #C

CA, Turlock

P7055-O9S

O

S

03/09/19

Great Plains Jersey Wooly RC #B

WI, Jefferson

N3346-O8A

O

A

02/24/19

California State R&CBA #D

CA, Turlock

N3349-Y8A

Y

A

02/24/19

California State R&CBA #C

CA, Turlock

P7054-Y9S

Y

S

03/09/19

Great Plains Jersey Wooly RC #A

WI, Jefferson

N3350-Y8A

Y

A

02/24/19

California State R&CBA #D

CA, Turlock

P7056-Y9S

Y

S

03/09/19

O

S

02/24/19

Pacific Coast Wooly RC

CA, Turlock

Great Plains Jersey Wooly RC #B

WI, Jefferson

P7242-O9S N3691-O8A

O

A

02/24/19

Tri County RBA #A

IL, Amboy

P5553-O8A

O

A

03/09/19

Houston Livestock Show #A

TX, Houston

N3692-O8A

O

A

02/24/19

Tri County RBA #B

IL, Amboy

P5554-O8A

O

A

03/09/19

Houston Livestock Show #B

TX, Houston

N3478-O9A

O

A

02/24/19

Indiana State RBA #B

IN, Danville

M3707-O9A

O

A

03/10/19

Whitley Co 4H RB #B

IN, Columbia City

N3480-Y9A

Y

A

02/24/19

Indiana State RBA #B

IN, Danville

P6041-O8A

O

A

02/24/19

Western Maine RBA #A

ME, Westbrook

P5589-O8A

O

A

03/10/19

Badger RBA

WI, Jefferson

P6043-O8A

O

A

02/24/19

Western Maine RBA #B

ME, Westbrook

P5590-Y8A

Y

A

03/10/19

Badger RBA

WI, Jefferson

P6045-O8A

O

A

02/24/19

Western Maine RBA #C

ME, Westbrook

P7017-O9A

O

A

03/15/19

Stephens Co RBA #C

OK, Duncan

P6942-O9A

O

A

03/01/19

Pikes Peak RBA

CO, Castle Rock

P6370-Y9A

Y

A

03/16/19

River Valley RBA #A

AR, Russellville

P6944-O9S

O

S

03/01/19

Pikes Peak RBA

CO, Castle Rock

P6371-Y9A

Y

A

03/16/19

River Valley RBA #B

AR, Russellville

P6941-Y9A

Y

A

03/01/19

Pikes Peak RBA #A

CO, Castle Rock

N3778-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Metro-East RBA

IL, Highland

P6752-Y9A

Y

A

03/02/19

Rabbits & Cavies & Youth, Oh My!

CA, Rohnert Park

N3781-O9S

O

S

03/16/19

Metro-East RBA

IL, Highland

N3779-Y9A

Y

A

03/16/19

Metro-East RBA

IL, Highland

P6937-O9A

O

A

03/02/19

Pikes Peak RBA #1

CO, Castle Rock

P6938-O9A

O

A

03/02/19

Pikes Peak RBA #2

CO, Castle Rock

N3783-Y9S

Y

S

03/16/19

Metro-East RBA

IL, Highland

P6939-Y9A

Y

A

03/02/19

Pikes Peak RBA #B

CO, Castle Rock

N4199-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Springfield RBA

IL, Highland

P6940-Y9A

Y

A

03/02/19

Pikes Peak RBA #C

CO, Castle Rock

N4200-Y9A

Y

A

03/16/19

Springfieldz RBA

IL, Highland

N3535-O9A

O

A

03/02/19

Northwest Georgia CRC #A

GA, Dalton

N3536-O9A

O

A

03/02/19

Northwest Georgia CRC #B

GA, Dalton

P7440-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Northern Indiana R&CC #A

IN, Shipshewana

N3537-O9A

O

A

03/02/19

Northwest Georgia CRC #C

GA, Dalton

P7442-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Northern Indiana R&CC #B

IN, Shipshewana

N2362-O9A

O

A

03/02/19

Michigan State RBA #A

MI, East Lansing

P5803-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Great Falls RB #A

MT, Great Falls

N2363-O9A

O

A

03/02/19

Michigan State RBA #B

MI, East Lansing

P5804-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Great Falls RB #B

MT, Great Falls

N2365-Y9A

Y

A

03/02/19

Michigan State RBA #A

MI, East Lansing

P5805-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Great Falls RB #C

MT, Great Falls

N2366-Y9A

Y

A

03/02/19

Michigan State RBA #B

MI, East Lansing

P5023-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Central North Dakota RB #1

ND, Wahpeton

N0836-Y8A

Y

A

03/0203/04/19

Houston Livestock Show

TX, Houston

P5025-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Central North Dakota RB #2

ND, Wahpeton

P7002-O9A

O

A

03/03/19

California R&CS #A

CA, Costa Mesa

P5024-Y9A

Y

A

03/16/19

Central North Dakota RB #1

ND, Wahpeton

P7004-O9A

O

A

03/03/19

California R&CS #B

CA, Costa Mesa

P7006-O9A

O

A

03/03/19

California R&CS #C

CA, Costa Mesa

P5026-Y9A

Y

A

03/16/19

Central North Dakota RB #2

ND, Wahpeton

M3278-O8A

O

A

03/03/19

Mississippi Valley RBA #1

IA, Maquoketa

P7200-O9S

O

S

03/16/19

O

A

03/03/19

Mississippi Valley RBA #2

IA, Maquoketa

Great Plains Jersey Wooly RC

ND, Wahpeton

M3279-O8A N2364-O9A

O

A

03/03/19

Michigan State RBA #C

MI, East Lansing

P7201-Y9S

Y

S

03/16/19

Great Plains Jersey Wooly RC

ND, Wahpeton

N2493-O9A

O

A

03/03/19

Michigan State RBA #D

MI, East Lansing

P7354-O9S

O

S

03/16/19

Y

A

03/03/19

Michigan State RBA #C

MI, East Lansing

North East Jersey Wooly Breeders

NJ, Logan Township

N2367-Y9A N2494-Y9A

Y

A

03/03/19

Michigan State RBA #D

MI, East Lansing

C4800-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Paw Prints Y4HC #A

NJ, Logan Township

N3500-O8A

O

A

03/02/19

Northeast Missouri RBA #A

MO, Palmyra

C4803-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Paw Prints Y4HC #B

NJ, Logan Township

N3501-O8A

O

A

03/02/19

Northeast Missouri RBA #B

MO, Palmyra

C4801-Y9A

Y

A

03/16/19

Paw Prints Y4HC #A

NJ, Logan Township

P6686-O9A

O

A

03/03/19

York Co R&CBA

PA, Bair

C4802-Y9A

Y

A

03/16/19

Paw Prints Y4HC #B

NJ, Logan Township

M3705-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Whitley Co 4H RB #A

IN, Columbia City

P7143-O9AR

O

A

03/16/19

Tuscarawas Co R&CBA #A

OH, Millersburg

MO, Sedalia

P7144-O9AR

O

A

03/16/19

Tuscarawas Co R&CBA #B

OH, Millersburg

Y

A

03/16/19

Tuscarawas Co R&CBA #A

OH, Millersburg

P5179-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Missouri State RPA #A

P5181-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Missouri State RPA #B

MO, Sedalia

P7155-Y9AR

P5344-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Blue Mountain RBA #A

OR, Hermiston

P7156-Y9AR

Y

A

03/16/19

Tuscarawas Co R&CBA #B

OH, Millersburg

P5345-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Blue Mountain RBA #B

OR, Hermiston

P7019-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Stephens Co RBA #A

OK, Duncan

P5346-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Blue Mountain RBA #C

OR, Hermiston

P7021-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Stephens Co RBA #B

OK, Duncan

P4864-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Greater Pittsburgh RBA #A

PA, Butler

N4082-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Richmond RBA #1

VA, Aylett

P4866-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Greater Pittsburgh RBA #B

PA, Butler

N4083-O9A

O

A

03/16/19

Richmond RBA #2

VA, Aylett

PA, Butler

P7444-O9A

O

A

03/17/19

Pony Express RC

MO, Cameron

O

A

03/17/19

Auglaize Co RBA #A

OH, Wapokenta

O

A

03/17/19

Auglaize Co RBA #B

OH, Wapokenta

P4868-O9A

O

A

03/09/19

Greater Pittsburgh RBA #C

P4865-Y9A

Y

A

03/09/19

Greater Pittsburgh RBA #A

PA, Butler

M4338-O9A

P4867-Y9A

Y

A

03/09/19

Greater Pittsburgh RBA #B

PA, Butler

M4339-O9A

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0/Y

A/S

Show Date

Host Club

Location

NJWRC Sanction #

0/Y

A/S

Show Date

Host Club

Location

M4340-Y9A

Y

A

03/17/19

Auglaize Co RBA #A

OH, Wapokenta

P6236-O9A

O

A

03/23/19

North Carolina RBA #A

NC, Greensboro

M4341-Y9A

Y

A

03/17/19

Auglaize Co RBA #B

OH, Wapokenta

P6237-O9A

O

A

03/23/19

North Carolina RBA #B

NC, Greensboro

P5581-O8A

O

A

03/17/19

Washington Co RBA #A

PA, Washington

P6451-O9A

O

A

03/23/19

Central New York RFA #A

NY, Fulton

P5583-O8A

O

A

03/17/19

Washington Co RBA #B

PA, Washington

P6453-O9A

O

A

03/23/19

Empire State RBA #B

NY, Fulton

P5582-Y8A

Y

A

03/17/19

Washington Co RBA #A

PA, Washington

N3960-O8A

O

A

03/23/19

Alamo Area RC #B

TX, Seguin

P5584-Y8A

Y

A

03/17/19

Washington Co RBA #B

PA, Washington

N3961-O8A

O

A

03/23/19

Alamo Area RC #C

TX, Seguin

TX, Seguin

N3962-Y8A

Y

A

03/23/19

Alamo Area RC #B

TX, Seguin

TX, Seguin

N3963-Y8A

Y

A

03/23/19

Alamo Area RC #C

TX, Seguin

P6240-O9A

O

A

03/24/19

North Carolina RBA #C

NC, Greensboro

P6241-O9A

O

A

03/24/19

North Carolina RBA #D

NC, Greensboro

N3601-O8A

O

A

03/29/19

Northeast Arkansas RB #A

AR, Jonesboro

N3603-O8A

O

A

03/30/19

Northeast Arkansas RB #B

AR, Jonesboro

N3605-O8A

O

A

03/30/19

Northeast Arkansas RB #C

AR, Jonesboro

P5982-O9A

O

A

03/30/19

Great Lakes R&CS #A

MI, Mason

P5980-O9A

O

A

03/30/19

Great Lakes R&CS #B

MI, Mason

P5981-Y9A

Y

A

03/30/19

Great Lakes R&CS #A

MI, Mason

P5983-Y9A

Y

A

03/30/19

Great Lakes R&CS #B

MI, Mason

P6590-O9A

O

A

03/30/19

Tulsa RBA #A

OK, Stillwater

P6592-O9A

O

A

03/30/19

Tulsa RBA #B

OK, Stillwater

P6591-Y9A

Y

A

03/30/19

Tulsa RBA #A

OK, Stillwater

P6593-Y9A

Y

A

03/30/19

Tulsa RBA #B

OK, Stillwater

P5404-O9A

O

A

03/31/19

Northern Kentucky RBA #A

KY, Crittenden

P6515-O9A

O

A

03/31/19

Northern Kentucky RBA #B

KY, Crittenden

N2554-O8A

O

A

04/06/19

Coastal Plain RBA #B

NC, Smithfield

N2552-O8A

O

A

04/06/19

Eastern Carolina RBA #A

NC, Smithfield

N2556-O8A

O

A

04/06/19

Eastern Carolina RBA #C

NC, Smithfield

N3958-O8A N3959-Y8A

O Y

A A

03/22/19 03/22/19

Alamo Area RC #A Alamo Area RC #A

P6800-O9A

O

A

03/23/19

Central Valley RBA #A

CA, Hanford

P6802-O9A

O

A

03/23/19

Central Valley RBA #B

CA, Hanford

P7707-O9A P7709-O9A P7708-Y9A P7710-Y9A N2578-O9A

O O Y Y O

A A A A A

03/23/19 03/23/19 03/23/19 03/23/19 03/23/19

Capital City RC #A Capital City RC #B Capital City RC #A Capital City RC #B Lapeer Area RR #A

KS, Lawrence KS, Lawrence KS, Lawrence KS, Lawrence MI, Lapeer

N2579-O9A

O

A

03/23/19

Lapeer Area RR #B

MI, Lapeer

N2580-Y9A

Y

A

03/23/19

Lapeer Area RR #A

MI, Lapeer

N2581-Y9A

Y

A

03/23/19

Lapeer Area RR #B

MI, Lapeer

N3843-O8A

O

A

03/23/19

Cedar River RC #1

MN, Austin

N3844-O8A

O

A

03/23/19

Cedar River RC #2

MN, Austin

N3845-Y8A

Y

A

03/23/19

Cedar River RC #1

MN, Austin

N3846-Y8A

Y

A

03/23/19

Cedar River RC #2

MN, Austin

P7202-O9S

O

S

03/23/19

Great Plains Jersey Wooly RC

MN, Austin

P7203-Y9S

Y

S

03/23/19

Great Plains Jersey Wooly RC

MN, Austin

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