Showing Dutch is a very fun hobby. It's so fun, you just may find yourself overwhelmed. Dutch people are like a family! When you show Dutch you need to know the color you have. Color is referred to as variety at shows. Varieties are black, blue, chocolate, steel, tort and gray. YOu will also need to know what age your rabbit is. If your rabbit is under 6 months of age, then the rabbit is considered a junior. If your rabbit is 6 months or older, your rabbit is considered a Sr. You will also have to identify whether your rabbit is a doe or a buck. Since generally speaking bucks don't compete against does in regular classes.
If you are at an American Rabbit Breeders Association sanctioned show, you will have an entry form to fill out and a remark card to fill out. These are then used to file your entry.
It always seems to me the Dutch are called mid to late in the day (atleast in my region). Once the breed is called you will need to watch for what color is going on the table, and be ready with your rabbit once your color is going up. Judging order is always senior bucks, senior does, junior bucks, junior does. So be ready to put your rabbit up. The judge will check your animal and the others over for disqualifications. Then the judge will place the animal. I can tell you from experience, nothing beats a rabbit you bred winning its class at a show.
Good luck showing your Dutch!!!!