Holland Lop Rabbit Bucks: Sweet Pets and Show Bunnies

Male Holland Lops Born At The Nature Trail Rabbitry

There were many cute and sweet Holland Lop rabbits born at the Nature Trail Rabbitry, bunnies that made excellent pets as well as show bunnies.  The Nature Trail’s rabbits had endearing personalities and excellent heads and bodies that took home the trophies.

Please Note: The Nature Trail is no longer breeding or selling Holland Lops.  If you are looking for male Holland Lop Rabbits for sale, please check out our Breeders Links Directory. You can still click on a bunny’s name below to learn more about him in our “Gallery of Champions”.

GC The Nature Trail’s Rio is my first BIS bunny. He was first place broken senior buck at ARBA National Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 2005. He was also BOSV in Ohio day after Nationals 2005. He has 27 legs and is a broken black tortoiseshell. He was #11 on the Top Lop list for 2005-2006.
grand champion rabbit button GC The Nature Trail’s LaForge is one of a number of wonderful bunnies I’ve gotten from LL Brendan. He was second place, solid junior buck, in Ohio the day after Nationals 2005. He has 3 legs and is a solid black tortoiseshell.
grand champion rabbit button GC The Nature Trail’s Java is out of GC The Nature Trail’s Boris and Saynora’s Katee. His took the solid junior buck class at Holland Lop Nationals in 2006. He now has 19 legs, 5 Best In Shows, 1 Best Reserve, and 1 Best Four Class.
grand champion rabbit button GC The Nature Trail’s Myrddin was a bit young to be at Nationals, but he still placed 22nd and earned a huge “NICE” on his comment card. He’s starting to exhibit some of his earlier promise. Myrddin is a GC Camelot’s Merlin’s son with The Nature Trail’s Estella.
grand champion rabbit button GC The Nature Trail’s Lex, a young senior buck, earned six junior legs (including one Best In Show) and granded at the age of six months. He’s actually ahead in the leg count compared to where his daddy Java was at this age with ten legs!
grand champion rabbit button GC The Nature Trail’s Crazy Horse, a young senior buck with two legs, has a promising future. One day in the not-too-distant future, he’ll do his sire GC Camelot’s Merlin and his dam GC The Nature Trail’s Roxie proud, I’m sure.
grand champion rabbit button GC The Nature Trail’s Padawan, number pending, 3 legs, is the most promising buck to come along in my herd. So far, he is the closest thing to my understanding of what a Holland is. I couldn’t be more pleased with him.
grand champion rabbit button GC The Nature Trail’s MLK, 4 legs, has been one of my favorites since he was tiny. MLK is an older full brother to Crazy Horse. They are both developing that beautiful Merlin head. And, of course, I LOVE blacks and love broken blacks even more, so I’m crazy about having him in my breeding program.