40th Pepsi North America Cup attracts 33 entrants

40th Pepsi North America Cup attracts 33 entrants

MILTON, June 6, 2023 – The entry box for the 40th Pepsi North America Cup closed Tuesday morning with 33 three-year-old pacers entered, the highest number since 2009.

For the first time since 2009, a total of four elimination races will be needed to determine the field for the Pepsi North America Cup final. The four $50,000 eliminations will take place this Saturday at Woodbine Mohawk Park.

The top-two finishers from each elimination, plus two third-place finishers drawn by lot, will advance to the $1 million final on Saturday, June 17.

The draw for Saturday’s eliminations will be released later this afternoon.

Below are the horses entered (in alphabetical order) for this year’s Pepsi North America Cup:

Ace Of Aces – Trainer: Shawn Steacy

Act Fast – Trainer: Ron Burke

Ammo – Trainer: Joe Holloway

Annapolis Hanover – Trainer: Mitchell York

Ants Marching – Trainer: Nancy Takter

Bamboozler – Trainer: Virgil Morgan Jr.

Cant Stop Lou – Trainer: Ron Burke

Christchurch – Trainer: Nancy Takter

Combustion – Trainer: Brett Pelling

Confederate – Trainer: Brett Pelling

Dupree Hanover – Trainer: Tony Alagna

El Rey – Trainer: Tony Alagna

Ervin Hanover – Trainer: Ron Burke

Fulton – Trainer: Linda Toscano

Gung Ho – Trainer: Amanda Fine

Hungry Angel Boy – Trainer: Tony Alagna

Hungry Man – Trainer: Tony Alagna

Its My Show – Trainer: Linda Toscano

Just Bet It All – Trainer: Per Engblom

Kopi Luwak – Trainer: Tony Alagna

Loubet – Trainer: Ron Burke

Lyons Surfing – Trainer: Jim King Jr.

Moment Is Here – Trainer: Bob McIntosh

Racing Rampage – Trainer: Darren Dowler

Redwood Hanover – Trainer: Anthony Beaton

Save America – Trainer: Nancy Takter

Seven Colors – Trainer: Brian Brown

Stockade Seelster – Trainer: Dr. Ian Moore

Stormalong – Trainer: Tony Alagna

Tip Top Cat – Trainer: Ron Burke

Vici – Trainer: Brett Pelling

Voukefalas – Trainer: Michael Russo

Write Me A Rose – Trainer: Kyle Fellows

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