Saddle- this marking is the upper dorsal part of the white belt that encircles the Dutch body. It should be perfectly straight. A rule of thumb for the length the saddle extends is to use the ears as a guide. Lay the ears back against the body, the saddle should end where the ears end.
Undercut- this marking is the continuation of the saddle on the ventral side of the rabbit. It should be a straight line continueing with the saddle. A rule of thumb here is it should extend to right behind the elbows when the animal is scrunched up.
Stops- these are the markings on the hind feet. Stops should be 1/3 of the hind foot exactly and completely round (a perfect circle around each foot).