Broken Blue Tort - Hochstetlers` Hoppers Rabbitry

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Contents of this slide show come
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Green Barn Farm Rabbitry
and are being presented for
educational purposes only.
http://www.gbfarm.org/rabbit/holla
nd-colors.shtml
Show Class - Solid
Self Group
Few Days Old
Few Weeks Old
Adult Color
Same color over the entire body of the rabbit, including tummy, feet, tail and ears. These rabbits are one solid color.
Black, aaB_C_D_E_
Black hollands are jet black when
they are just a couple days old.
Tummies and ears are also black.
GBF's Indigo - sire to black buck
shown to the right, GBF's Indy.
GBF's Indy.
Blue, aaB_C_ddE_
Blue holland kits are dark blue over their entire
bodies. Shown left to right: Orange, Siamese Sable,
Broken Opal, Blue, and Black Tort kits at 9 days old.
The Siamese Sable and Blue look identical at first,
but then the SS gets a shimmery cast to its coat.
The Broken Opal looks much like a Broken Blue at a
few days old, but then the inside of the ears get a
brownish cast to them.
4-weeks. Pix courtesy of Ki Pippenger.
Plank's Aqualena, a very pretty blue fuzzy holland.
Chocolate, aa bb C_ D_ E_
2-days old. Left to right: Lilac,
Chocolate, Chocolate Agouti,
Chocolate. Kits will be a light cocoa
color over their entire body. Pix
courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
4-weeks. ARR's Boeing. Pix
courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
Holland Haven's Jonah - Chocolate
Buck. Pix courtesy of Keith Becki.
Lilac, aa bb C_ dd E_
2-days old. Left to right: Lilac, Chocolate, Chocolate
Agouti, Chocolate. Lilac's appear pale silvery gray they are lighter then a blue tort - and have no shading
of course. Pix courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
7-weeks. ARR's Pudge. Pix courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
Pix needed of Holland Haven's Lila.
REW, ?? ?? cc ?? ??
Two day old REW's. Kits are pink at birth. These are
English Angora kits, but Hollands look the same at
birth color wise.
As they get older, their white wool comes in and their
eyes open to reveal their ruby-red-pink eyes. These
are EA kits, but coloring applies to the Hollands also.
ARR's Angry Squirrel.
Shaded Group
Few Days Old
Few Weeks Old
Adult Color
Shaded Hollands have darker color on the feet, ears, tail, and head. These areas fade back to a lighter shade on the rest of the body.
Sable Point, aaB_c(chl)_D_ee
Bottom to top: Tort, Black, Sable Point. Sable Point
kit at 8 days old.
Three weeks old. Click Here to watch a Sable Point
kit grow up.
3.5 month old Sable Point buck - GBF's Kuala Bear.
Siamese Sable, aaB_c(chl)_D_E_
These can be tricky! Shown left to right: Orange,
Siamese Sable, Broken Opal, Blue, and Black Tort
kits at 9 days old. The Siamese Sable and Blue look
identical at first, but then the SS gets a shimmery
cast to its coat (note the shimmery cast on the kit in
this pix). Then it develops white ticking almost on the
ends of its hair. It goes through several color
changes before looking like a Siamese Sable.
5-weeks old. Shown left to right: Siamese Sable, Seal
and Smoke Pearl kits. Pix courtesy of Amy
GBF's Houdini.
Hinkle. Click Here to watch a Siamese Sable kit
grow up.
Seal, aaB_c(chl)c(chl)D_E_
Missed my photo op. As a kit, he looked just like a
black kit, until you put him next to his black sibling.
Then you could tell, he was NOT black. The color is
duller - a brown cast to it.
5-weeks old. Shown left to right: Siamese Sable, Seal
and Smoke Pearl kits. Pix courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
3 month old Seal buck - GBF's Handsom Ransom.
Seal Point, aaB_c(chl)c(chl)D_ee
3 days old: Seal Point, Tort, Tort. Note the dark
black/gray color over his back.
Same kit now at 12 days old.
Need pix (Kit didn't make it).
Smoke Pearl, aaB_c(chl)_ddE_
Missed my photo op. As a kit, he looked just like a
blue, until you put him next to his blue sibling. Then
you could tell, he was NOT blue. The color is lighter.
5-weeks old. Shown left to right: Siamese Sable, Seal
and Smoke Pearl kits. Pix courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
3 month old Smoke Pearl buck. A Smoke Pearl is just
a dilute Siamese Sable.
Black Tort, aaB_C_D_ee
Litter of four healthy, fat black torts.
A young black tort.
White River's Darby - beautiful bodied black tort.
Blue Tort, aaB_C_ddee
Nine day old Blue Tort on bottom, Opal at
top. Tummy of 9 day old Blue Tort.
4 weeks old. Pix courtesty of Ki Pippenger.
Blue Tort buck.
Chocolate Tort, aabbC_D_ee
Need pix.
Need pix.
Holland Haven's Copper - Chocolate Tort Buck. Pix
courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
Lilac Tort, aabbC_ddee
Need pix.
Need pix.
Need pix.
Agouti Group
Few Days Old
Few Weeks Old
Adult Color
The top side of the Agouti body is banded and ticked. Banding means there is a ring pattern of different colors on each hair shaft. Ticked means that the color of the
tip of each hair is different than the overall body color. Their ears are laced with the same color as the ticking. The eye circles, inside of the ears, and the nape of the
neck is either white or tan. The underside of the tail, belly, nostrils and underside of the jowls are tan or white.
Click Here to see picutres of Agouti Banding.
Chestnut Agouti, A_B_C_D_E_
When they are first born they look like a Black kit.
However, they will have pink bellies and the inside of
their ears will be light colored.
Chestnut kit at 11 days old.
Three month old Chestnut buck, GBF's Enderby.
Chocolate Chestnut/Agouti, A_bbC_D_E_
2-days old. Left to right: Lilac, Chocolate, Chocolate
Agouti, Chocolate. Pix courtesy of Amy Hinkle. 3days old. Left - Chestnut, Top - Opal, Right Chocolate agouti. Unfortunately, all peanuts. Tummy
of the Chocolate Agouti.
Need pix.
Need pix.
Lynx, A_bbC_ddE_
9-days old. Lynx on top, cream on bottom. Pix
courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
Hope to have a pix some day.
ARR's Jonica.
Opal (Blue Agouti), A_B_C_ddE_
Tummy of an Opal kit 9 days old. Opal on top. They
are very dark gray looking with white tummy and
Agouti markings when born.
Note the agouti nose markings and light coloring on
the inside of the ears. Same Opal buck, GBF's Opie,
now shown at 7 weeks of age.
Note nose markings, light fur around mouth and
light belly. LSR's Odessa.
Wide Band Group
Few Days Old
Few Weeks Old
Adult Color
Even though this is the 'wide band group' that does NOT mean all of these rabbits carry the wide band gene (ww)!
Cream, A_B_C_ddee
Cream and Blue Tort at 6 days. 9-days old. Lynx on
top, cream on bottom. Pix courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
3-months old. GBF's Brooks.
ELS's Columbus
The basic genotype for Fawn, Orange and Red Hollands are all the same. Rufus Modifiers are what differentiate them from each other. The Fawns have fewer rufus
modifiers then the Orange, and the Orange have fewer then the Red. The '+' indicates rufus modifiers. Red's DO have the wide band gene (ww).
Fawn/Orange, A_B_C_D_ee +++
Red kit at top, rest are fawns/oranges.
Three orange and one broken orange. Note the faint
white rings around the noses. Month old orange doe.
GBF's Respite and GBF's Triskit.
Red, A_B_C_D_ee ww +++++
Kit at the top is a Red.
Left to right: Red kit, 3
Fawn/Orange kits, 1 red kit.
GBF's Gold Digger is a lowmodifier red. Note the coloring on
his stomach indicating the wideband gene is present. RA's Gold
Nugget.
Harlequin & Tri-colors
Few Days Old
Few Weeks Old
Adult Color
Harlequin's are NOT showable. Tri-Colors are shown as Brokens, but I put them here since they are sort of unique.
Their solid harli counterpart is shown to help better identify the color.
Black/Orange Harlequin, A_B_C_D_e(j)_
Day old Black/Orange Harlequin kit
(on the bottom) with his tort(upper
left) and broken tort (upper right)
siblings.
Harli peanut, Orange, Red and Harli
kits at 11 days old.
ARR's Dedekind - sire to previous
babies shown. Pix courtesy of Amy
Hinkle.
Black/Orange Tri, A_B_C_D_e(j)_ En en
7 days; Black/Orange Harlequin kit
(left) and Black/Orange Tri (right).
4 weeks old. ARR's Fibonacci. Pix
courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
ARR's Pegasus. Pix courtesy of Amy
Hinkle.
Chocolate Tri-color, A_bb_C_D_e(j)_ En en
Need pix.
5-weeks old. ARR's Sigma. Pix
courtesty of Amy Hinkle.
ARR's Jessica.
Show Class - Broken
Any Recognized Color with White
Few Days Old
Few Weeks Old
Adult Color
Broken Black Tort
Lighter brown color on the back,
shading to the darker sepia
brown/black on the sides, interspersed
with white. GBF's Bridgette.
GBF's Emmet - gorgeous broken tort
buck.
ELS's Lucy - very nice broken tort doe.
Broken Blue Tort
Broken black, black, blue, broken
blue tort. Bluish cast with some
beige on his back.
Bluish cast with some beige on her
back.
Karrot Kreek's Zoey. Pix courtesy of
Tina Fuller.
Broken Lilac Tort
Need pix.
5-weeks. ARR's Jess. Pix courtesy
of Amy Hinkle.
ARR's Jess all grown up. Note the
dove-gray coloring around the nose.
Broken Fawn/Orange
Broken Fawn kit 2nd from right.
Note the inside of the ears are white.
The kit on the far right is a broken
tort (heavily blanketed)- note the
inside of the ears are darker. Two
broken orange kits.
Broken Fawn on left and Fawn on the
right.
GBF's Cassandra.
Broken Black
Jet black and pink. The pink
gradually turns to white after a few
days.
Jet black and bright white fur. GBF's
Domino.
Jet black and bright white fur.
Campo's Hobie at 6.5 years old!
Broken Chestnut Agouti
Hour old kits. Look very similar to a
broken black kit at birth. However, the
black quickly turns to a brownish color
within a few days. The inside of the
ears are light colored on a Chestnut.
Broken Chestnut kit on upper right.
Note the light color on the inside of the
ears.
Young Broken Chestnut Junior.
Broken Chocolate Agouti (Chocolate Chestnut)
Need pix and description.
5 weeks. ARR's Go-Joe. The black band
in the hair shaft is replaced with
chocolate. Pix courtesy of Amy Hinkle.
Pix Needed of ARR's CVSoul.
Broken Opal
Broken Opal holland kits are similiar
to a broken blue kit. The inside of the
ears will get a brownish cast to them
instead of white like a Broken Blue
does. Shown left to right:
Fawn/Orange, Smoke Pearl, Broken
Opal, Blue, and Black Tort kits at 9
days old.
ARR's Coconut. 7-weeks old. Pix
courtesty of Amy Hinkle.
Pix needed.
Broken Sable Point
Missed my photo op.
10 weeks old. GBF's Calamity Jane.
GBF's Catastrophe. She is a much
cleaner Sable Point, plus she has
more white, making her look almost
like a Himi.
Contents of this slide show come
from the website for
Green Barn Farm Rabbitry
and are being presented for
educational purposes only.
http://www.gbfarm.org/rabbit/holla
nd-colors.shtml
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