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 Post subject: Re: Best in Show and/or section winners.
PostPosted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 4:54 am 
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Mark wrote:
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if anyone else gets pictures of winning varieties that already have a thread going feel free to add them on providing permission from the owner has been granted if it isn't yours.


I've got a Best Marked and Best Op Age marked with dutch ( Black and Chocolate from West Country....think it was when i stewarded for you for the first time).


If you've got a good representation of a variety that's a winner add it on :D


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 Post subject: Re: Best in Show and/or section winners.
PostPosted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:19 pm 
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SarahC, those broken are jaw dropping. I am LOVING the threads! Thank you Mark for the additional dutch, it was good to see the number entered in the class, so you know that each mouse was the best of 12, and 14, respectively . I liked that I could see them from an angle behind the ears.:)

Please convey a thanks to Loganberry for the argente photo. I remember when that mouse won, and I was suddenly desirous to know just what she was feeding her mice. :lol: I thought there was more, from other angles of that mouse, but I could be remembering pics of her other mice.

The fox took a weight off my mind, lovely mouse. (I had though from the standards, that it was necessarily to do something the face doesn't want to do before you had a show-able mouse.) Text standards don't tell you what is realistic, and what wins. Without that photo... I think I might have spent the next 20 years highly disappointed in any fox I bred.:oops: I suppose it won when I wasn't reading the forums, didn't get posted, or I hadn't decided on breeding foxes (and didn't take note), but thank you so much. Even if I managed to get to one of the infrequent US shows, there is no telling what would be exhibited.

I took breaks from forum reading when the desire to have mice at my location, that wasn't a good one for them, got to be too much.:mrgreen: I only allowed myself to join once I knew I was going to be able to have them again.

I really appreciate these photos, keep them coming!
Zanne

*Edit* Ahhhh. Just found the thread explaining why current winners are not posted, if distinctive. Makes sense. Well, I am very grateful for the ones who are no longer being showed, and can be posted.*


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 Post subject: Re: Best in Show and/or section winners.
PostPosted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:12 pm 
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ThatCertainGlow wrote:
SarahC, those broken are jaw dropping. I am LOVING the threads! Thank you Mark for the additional dutch, it was good to see the number entered in the class, so you know that each mouse was the best of 12, and 14, respectively . I liked that I could see them from an angle behind the ears.:)

Please convey a thanks to Loganberry for the argente photo. I remember when that mouse won, and I was suddenly desirous to know just what she was feeding her mice. :lol: I thought there was more, from other angles of that mouse, but I could be remembering pics of her other mice.

The fox took a weight off my mind, lovely mouse. (I had though from the standards, that it was necessarily to do something the face doesn't want to do before you had a show-able mouse.) Text standards don't tell you what is realistic, and what wins. Without that photo... I think I might have spent the next 20 years highly disappointed in any fox I bred.:oops: I suppose it won when I wasn't reading the forums, didn't get posted, or I hadn't decided on breeding foxes (and didn't take note), but thank you so much. Even if I managed to get to one of the infrequent US shows, there is no telling what would be exhibited.

I took breaks from forum reading when the desire to have mice at my location, that wasn't a good one for them, got to be too much.:mrgreen: I only allowed myself to join once I knew I was going to be able to have them again.

I really appreciate these photos, keep them coming!
Zanne


Thanks i think they were the only dutch i entered too =D



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 Post subject: Re: Best in Show and/or section winners.
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Thank you Mousebreeder for the beautiful collection! I really like all the different angles of the mice in the Rumpwhite thread. Those look so much better then I had imagined from the description. Nicely formed mice!

I'm still trying to visualize how the winning Cream differs from the Ivory? I suppose it's a subtle difference in shade, more clear or obvious in person? Your Cream has such a wonderful face in that picture though. :) I am sighing happily over these threads. :D

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I also second all the thanks for updating this section! It's fabulous to see the high standard of mice that win in the NMC shows!


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great idea its back up and running. Ive added my 2 section winners for the fox one you started sarah, hope thats ok


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 Post subject: Re: Best in Show and/or section winners.
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the enthusiasm has been great , please do keep adding your winning pics :)


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 Post subject: Re: Best in Show and/or section winners.
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Does anyone have any pics of Agouti & Cinamons ?


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 Post subject: Re: Best in Show and/or section winners.
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yes,I have a pic of SarahY S winning cinnamon,I'll post it.


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 Post subject: Re: Best in Show and/or section winners.
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The cinnamon has been added.I have some of Ruth Hollis' BIS Agouti to but I'll have to check whether she minds me sharing the image on a public forum.Like myself she finds it rather rude that people post pictures and films of animals and people without checking if the owner/exhibitor/person minds.


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