|For the purposes of the show classification, a CINNAMON is a bird which has ANY visible cinnamon feathering which can be seen when the bird stands in it's natural position in the show cage, and any amount of markings to the point of being a self cinnamon.|
A cinnamon bird can only be exhibited in the cinnamon classes.
For the avoidance of doubt, a FAWN bird shall compete in the White or Allied to White section, ONLY .
The technical marks rule does not apply to cinnamon marked birds, INSOFAR AS the correct exhibition classification of these birds.
Evenly marked cinnamon birds may compete for the YCC Wincup Trophy if so nominated by the exhibitor.
|All the above birds qualify for the CINNAMON classes.|