The 1.5-mile race for thoroughbred horses, the Northern Dancer Turf Stakes, is held each July at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto. The race has a purse of $750,000. It is named after Canada’s most famous racehorse, Northern Dancer.
Woodbine Entertainment accepts bets on Northern Dancer Turf Stakes at racetrack. However, you can place your bets online through one of the recommended betting sites below.
Places to Bet on the Northern Dancer Turf
Both et365, Sports Interaction and Sports Interaction accept bets on any Woodbine Racetrack race including the Northern Dancer Turf Stakes. If you don’t know how to navigate either the site or Woodbine Racetrack, it can be difficult to find the Woodbine Races. I have provided a step-by-step guide to help you place your wagers.
Bet365.com will have ‘Horse Racing’ in the left sidebar. You will need to change the location at top of page from default ‘UK & Ireland to ‘International’ after selecting ‘Horse Racing. The Woodbine races will be displayed, along with the Northern Dancer Turf Stakes.
Sports Interaction offers a traditional Racebook, which is separate from its sportsbook. Click on “Racebook” in the top menu bar after visiting SportsInteraction.com. Then, you will be able find “Woodbine” under the Thoroughbred heading on the left sidebar.
Did you know?
Northern Dancer, who was born on Windfields Farm, near Oshawa in 1963, was Canada’s Juvenile Champion. He won four stakes wins. He won the Florida Derby and Bluegrass Stakes, as well as the Kentucky Derby, Bluegrass Stakes, Preakness, Preakness, and the Queen’s Plate in his three-year-old year. He retired after sustaining a foot injury and went on to be the most successful grand-sire and sire in North American racing history. He was the sire of 127 stakes winners, including one who won the English Triple Crown. His line produced more Breeders Cup winners than any other sire and was the first horse to receive a $1,000,000 stud fee.Last Updated on October 11, 2021