North America Cup Betting

The North America Cup is a three-year-old pacers harness race generally run in mid June at the Mohawk Park Racetrack in Campbellville.  It’s is the first high profile horse race on the Calendar in Canada and the only real major harness race in Canada.  Continuing with the “special race” theme the North America Cup is also the richest horse race in Canada for three-year-old pacers with a purse of $1 Million.

For news and information on past and upcoming North America Cup races check out the official page at the Woodbine Entertainment website.

The Mohawk Racetrack is owned by Woodbine Entertainment and as such you can place bets on the race at the track, but if you aren’t able to make it out to Campbellville you can also place bets on the North America Cup at, our top rated betting site for the race.

Where To Bet On The North America Cup

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50% up to $1000 Review Visit is our top rated betting site for the North America Cup. BetOnline is a trusted betting site that is popular in Canada. They take bets on all races at Woodbine Mohawk Park throughout the year.

Click here to visit, select ‘Join Now’ on the home page, and register your account.

To bet on the North America Cup, select ‘Racebook’ from the top navigation bar on the BetOnline website, open the ‘Canadian Harness’ drop down menu and select ‘Woodbine Mohawk’. Select the North America Cup race # (post time ~6:30pm), choose your bet type, and place your wagers.

Check out our horse racing section for detailed explanations of the different bets you can make on the race. We also have a Woodbine Mohawk Park page that provides a step by step guide (with screenshots) showing how to bet on Mohawk Park races.

A Brief History of the North America Cup

The North America Cup was first staged in 1984 and it has now run uninterrupted for over 35 years.  The race has quickly become known as one of the premier harness races for 3-year-old pacers in training.  There have been some high class horses that have come through the race, including Captain Crunch who currently holds the record for the race with at time of 1:47 in 2019.