Thank you I appreciate your knowledge on thisI'd personally not recommend that rabbit for 4-H. If you're wanting to show rabbits - especially with holland lops - you'd be better off buying an older rabbit (6 months +), because it's hard to know they will change as they mature. I never recommend people new to showing hollands to buy a baby, that breed changes so much with age. As of right now the rabbit appears long and narrow overall (look at the ears and head for example - the ears shouldn't go beyond the jaw) and while it is possible to fill out as they grow, that isn't a chance I'd recommend taking unless you were more familiar with how the line matured.
@stablesteel when you say nobody really looks at color do faults like half butterfly’s (like this doe) not matter either or would that be more of a major fault.Her color is orange. That darker color on the ears is called smut; it's technically a fault but nobody really looks at color in holland lops. Of the two I do like the orange more.