| Bone, Feet & Legs (10 points):
The legs are to be short, thick, straight
and heavily boned. White toenails are
preferred on broken patterned Hollands.
However, broken patterned Hollands will
not be disqualified for colored or
| Crown (8 points):
The crown should be a strongly defined
ridge consisting of both cartilage and
prominent, dense fur which appears to sit
on top of the head. The crown should
wrap from just behind the top of the eye,
up over the top of the head, and down just
behind the top of the other eye. Proper
side to side width of the crown allows the
ears to lop vertically.
| Fur (7 points):
The fur is to be glossy, dense, fine in
texture and uniform in length. Fur should
be approximately 1 inch in length and is to
gradually roll back into normal position
when it is stroked from the hindquarters
to the shoulders.
| Condition (5 points):
Hollands should have a definite
appearance of health and vigor. They
should have a good coat, firmly set in the
pelt. They should have firm flesh - neither
too fat (soft and flabby) or too thin (bony).
| Colorings & Markings (4 points):
All colors should conform to one of the
recognized Holland Lop Color Guide