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Ourasi september 2006

Ourasi (born in France in 1980) is a chestnut racing trotter by Greyhound F out of Fleurasie by Remember F (his sire is not the illustrious American trotter of the same name).

He won $2,913,314 during his career. His harness racing victories included three consecutive Prix d'Amérique at Vincennes, the second by approximately 18 lengths.

Major winners

22x20px Germany

  • Elite-Rennen: 1986

22x20px France

  • Prix de France: 1986, 1987, 1988
  • Grand critérium de vitesse de la Côte d'Azur: 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989
  • Prix de Paris: 1989
  • Prix de l'Étoile: 1985
  • Prix René Ballière: 1986, 1988
  • Critérium des 5 ans: 1985
  • Critérium des Jeunes: 1983
  • Prix de Bretagne: 1986
  • Prix du Bourbonnais: 1985, 1986, 1988
  • Prix de Bourgogne: 1987, 1988, 1989
  • Prix de Belgique: 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989
  • Prix de Washington: 1988
  • Prix de Croix: 1985
  • Prix d'Europe: 1985, 1986, 1988
  • Prix Roederer: 1985
  • Prix Kalmia: 1983
  • Prix Robert Auvray: 1985
  • Grand Prix du Sud-Ouest: 1987

22x20px Norway

  • Oslo Grand Prix: 1989

Main honourable mentions

22x20px United States

  • March of Dimes at Garden State Park : 2nd in 1988

22x20px France

  • Prix de Bretagne: 2nd in 1985


Pedigree of Ourasi
Ura Carioca II Mousko Williams
Gelinotte Kairos
Strada Jamin il più grande trottatore di sempre Abner
Etchida Hernani III
Remembrer Atus II Hernani III
Bredouille Quiroga II
Tania du mont L'X Carioca II
Moniqua II Euripide


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