In showmanship, the kids are judged on how well they handle their rabbit (or other animal), their knowledge of the animal, and their own appearance and carriage.
Robin's in this group. They've just come to the table, and are listening to the judge's instructions. Many times showmanship is done individually, but this time they had the kids in groups.
Robin's checking teeth in this picture. They do a thorough exam of the animal, checking for health, abnormalities, sex, coat condition, straightness of limbs, etc. The judge may ask them questions about their breed of rabbit to test their knowledge.
He's asking Robin some questions in this next shot. She needs to work on not fiddling with her hands while she's talking.
Robin did well ... except she wore open-toed shoes, which is a no-no.
Next is Katie in action ...
And here she is all done, and waiting for the judge to finish talking to everyone.
The bunny's getting bored and asking Katie how long he's going to have to sit there.