Mini Rex Color Guide-Broken
Broken Color Mini Rex

Brokens come in all of the recognised colors of Mini Rex. The are to have more than 10% of the body colored, but not more than 50%. Other requirments are a nose marking of some kind, although a full butterfly shaped marking is prefered. The ears should show color, and solid colored ears that look like they were put on a white head are prefered over marbled looking ears. Eye circles should completely surround the eyes. The two most common color patterns are blanket and spotted. Blanket marked rabbits have more color than spotted, and the pattern should start at the neck, and sweep down the sides and color the hind quarters. There can be white patches within this basic pattern, as well as spots and speckles. Spotted rabbits usually have less heavy head markings, and usually show a stripe down the back of the body, as well as smaller parches or spots of color on the sides, hips, and belly. Both colors can have markings on the hocks, elbows, and feet. In Brokens, tonail color dosent really matter, as they can have unmatched nails due to pattern.

Broken Castor junior doe bred by Midori no Daichi Rabbitry

Broken Opal senior buck owned by Baja Luna Rabbitry

Broken Castor bred by
Dakota Sunset Rabbitry

Broken Red doe bred by
Chea's Sweet Dream Rabbitry

Broken Black doe bred by
Chea's Sweet Dream Rabbitry

Broken Chocolate owned by
Midori no Daichi Rabbitry

Broken Castor, and Black, from
Bando's Bunny Farm

Broken Chinchilla owned by
Bando's Bunny Farm

Broken tort bred by
Cottonwood Farm

"Boots" broken red bred by
Cottonwood Farm

O/B Tricolor owned by
Bugs Bunny Barn

Broken black owned by
Hidden Acers Rabbitry

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