The ASRC believes in the inclusion and development of new breeds of rabbits and providing them with a standard
for exhibition. It is imperative that the Breeder provides documentation and proof via their ASRC Specialist Club's and
ASRC Breed Standards Panel, that the new/imported breed or colour, is capable of reproducing it's unique characteristics from
generation to generation and that the new/imported breed or colour, is worthy of admission to the Council's Additional Standards.
We encourage affiliated club members to support these specialist breed clubs and assist with and support
new additions of colours and newly created breeds, or the inclusion of imported breeds, to existing standards for inclusion in
the ASRC Additional Breed's Standards Book.
In the foot steps and with the ongoing advice of The BRC and ARBA, our National Breed Clubs will advise
the ASRC Breed Standards Panel and assist ASRC to approve changes to colours and inclusions of varieties in the future.
The National Dutch Rabbit Club supports both our more commonly known and recognised Dutch and the rare
variety tricolour dutch.