Serdar Yearling Judged Best Shown at Oak Brook Show, Daily Racing Form, 1953-06-16


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Serdar Yearling Judged Best Shown at Oak Brook Show Paul Serdar, chairman of the Illinois Racing Board and owner of Locust Lawn Farm, located at Wadsworth, 111., furnished the top two thoroughbreds shown at the Oak Brook Polo Club horse show Sunday afternoon. Serdars yearling, Next Option, a black filly by Corona Corona— Beaushera, thus a half-sister to Adaption, was judged the best yearling and the best thoroughbred shown. Rated as second best was Serdars Corona Corona— Annie Deep filly, while third place was taken by a Count Domino filly, owned by Dr. Luby. Count Domino also stands at Locust Lawn. This marked the first time that members of the Illinois Thoroughbred Breeders Association showed their stock at the Oak Brook show but it is expected to be an annual affair hereafter. The trophy, emblematic of Next Options success, was presented to Serdar by Jay lAdler, of the ITBA.

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