AHS Junior, Ryan S. has developed the Online Rabbit Show Extravaganza which averages 1,300 entries a show and, to make it legit, includes a pair of recognized judges from the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA), the national club for domestic rabbit breeders.
“What he pulled off was absolutely amazing,” said Arlington High School ag science teacher and FFA advisor Tanner Smith. “He’s been able to create opportunities for not just other FFA and 4H members but opportunities for anyone who has a rabbit to show. He works diligently to promote and organize these shows and can still complete all his online schoolwork. This is quite the accomplishment from a junior to be organizing and running a nationally recognized rabbit show.”
Read more in Arlington Today Magazine's, "Meet Ryan Smith, The Rabbit King" or AISD News's "ARLINGTON HIGH JUNIOR PULLS RABBIT OUT OF HAT WITH IDEA".