Blaze is the wedge shaped white marking which comes to a point just above
Cheeks are the colored (not white) portion of the cheeks. The
cheeks should not be to high (create eye circles) or too low (color runs
into the mouth).
The Triangle is a wedge shaped
marking behind the ears.
Stops are the
markings on the hind feet. Stops should be one third of the foot and
The Saddle is the dorsal part of
the white belt extending around the Dutch and should be
straight. A rule of thumb is the saddle should be as long as the ears are
when the ears are laid flat.
Undercut is the continuation of the saddle on the ventral side of the
rabbit. Again, this marking should be straight. A rule of thumb is
the undercut should extend just past the elbows when the animal is posed
properly. When a judge is judging the undercut, the judge will hold
the rabbit in a "posed" position.