Flemish Giant


Flemish Giant

Flemish Giant

1) Colour 30
2) Size & Weight 20
3) Body 15
4) Legs and Feet 15
5) Head&Ears 10
6) Condition 10
Total 100
1. COLOUR – Dark steel grey, with even or wavy ticking over the whole of the body, head ears, chest and feet alike, except belly and under tail which shall be white, upon the surface of the fur. Any grey, steel, sandy or other shade on the belly or under tail, excepts streak of grey in each groin, shall disqualify
2. SIZE & WEIGHT – Bucks shall not be less than kg 4.974 (11 lb) and Does not less than kg 5.44 (12 lb). Size shall be considered irrespective of weight
3. BODY – Large, roomy and flat, broad fore and hindquarters. Does shall nave a dewlap, evenly carried
4. LEGS & FEET – Shall be in length proportionate to body, strong in bone, large and straight. Feet shall be velvety, dark and ticked. Ticking to show when coat rubbed back
5. HEAD & EARS – Head shall be large, full and shapely. Eyes shall be bold and dark brown in colour. Ears shall be erect. Dark face allowed.
6. CONDITION – Full short coat, firm in flesh and moderately thick. Free from cold.
INTERMEDIATE CLASS Points
1) Colour 30
2) Fur 30
3) Type & Shape 40
Total 100
INTERMEDIATE CLASS
1. COLOUR – Dark steel grey with even or wavy ticking over the whole of the body,head, ears, chest and feet alike, except belly and under tail which shall be white,upon the surface of the fur. Any grey, steel, sandy or other shade on the belly or under tail, except a streak of grey in each groin, shall disqualify.
2. FUR – Evenness, fullness, quality and condition of coat and rabbit
3. TYPE & SHAPE – in due proportion to the Giant Standard. Weight. Bucks under kg 4.97(lllb). Does under kg 5.44 (121b.) Age over6 months. FAULTS- Bagginess and excessive fat; an excess of white hairs in body, ruddiness either on the surface or undercoat, square or chopped-off rump; wedge-shaped head, white toe-nails,bad ear carriage, moulty coat; excessive ruddiness behind ears, black feet, head orears , wry tail
AMPLIFICATION OF COLOUR
The under should be blue at the base for a little more than a third of the length, then black, merging into a creamy, or bluish-white ticking which may be again tipped with black. In even -ticked specimens, the mixture should show half grey and half black tipped hairs over the whole of the body, neck, face and ears, but may be interspersed with longer jet-black hairs, both even and wavy ticking being permissible. The whole should be uniform in colour. The underparts to be white with blue undercolour. Tail should be ticked rather darker on top, white on the underside.
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