3) COAT: The coat to be dense and of good length, roll-back with an abundance of guard hairs, legs and pads to be well furred.
4) HEAD, CROWN AND EYES: The head is bold, broad and well developed. The profile of the head is strongly curved with a good width between the eyes, full cheeks and a broad muzzle. The eyes are bold, bright and large. The basal ridge of the ears should appear prominent across the top of the skull to form the crown.
5) EARS: Should be broad, thick, well furred and rounded at the ends. They should be carried close to the cheeks giving a horse-shoe like outline when viewed from the front. The inside of the ears should not be visible from any angle when carried correctly.
6) COLOUR AND PATTERN: Any colour or pattern which conforms to the colour or pattern of recognised breeds or any colour accepted by the Breed Standards Committee of the British Rabbit Council.
7) CONDITION: See general standard.
FAULTS: Body too long; head not sufficiently characteristic of the breed; pimpled or damaged ears; poor ear carriage; ears folded; crown not developed; fly back coat; and general faults for all breeds
DISQUALIFICATIONS: Maloccluded or mutilated teeth; over weight limit; white toe nails in coloured exhibits; & general disqualifications for all breeds.