|Glossary of Rabbit Terms
|ARBA : American Rabbit Breeders Association
Broken: any color and white
BIS: Best in show
BRIS: Best Reserve in show
BOB: Best of Breed
BOSB: Best opposite sex of breed
BOSV: Best opposite sex of variety
BOV: Best of variety
Buck: male rabbit
Confirmation: the physical qualities of the rabbits body .
Doe: female rabbit
Grand Champion: A rabbit becomes a grand champion when it has wone
oneor more legs. The legs must be won under 2 different judges and at
least1 as a senior rabbit.
HLRSC: Holland Lop Rabbit Specialty Club
Junior: A Holland under the age of 6 months.
Kits: baby rabbits
Legs: One leg is awarded per show, to any rabbit winning its class in a
Pedigree: A list of parents, grand parents,and great grand parents of a
Registered rabbit: A owner presents there rabbit to a ARBA registrar for
inspection. If the rabbit meets its breed standard for its breed with no
diqualifing faults it will be given a certificate of Rabbit Registration.
Senior: any Holland over the age of 6 months