Jody Jamieson captured his second Super Final victory on the card when Mister Herbie cruised to a 1:52 Canadian, track and OSS record for sophomore trotting colts and geldings.

Imperial Count (Scott Zeron) blasted to the lead in the early going and took his rivals past the opening panel in a quick 26.4. Sim Brown (Randy Waples) angled from third and took over command, but made a break in stride allowing Imperial Count to inherit the lead once again.

Jamieson then called upon Mister Herbie and the son of Here Comes Herbie-Independent Lassie brushed to the lead past the half in 56. The post time favorite, Daylon Magician (Jack Moiseyev), began the first-over bid around the final turn, but was not matching strides with the tempo-setter past three-quarters in 1:24.

Jamieson asked Mister Herbie for more trot at the head of the lane and the seven-time winner opened up on his rivals to score a comfortable 8-1/2-length win for trainer Jeff Gillis, who co-owns with Mac Nichol and Gerald Stay. Imperial Count stayed for second, over Daylon Magician.

"He's always shown that he's had the talent, but he was just a little late putting it together," Nichol said following the victory. "Carl Jamieson was running this horse through the sale and Jeff [Gillis] called him before and we bought him, which worked out well."

Mister Herbie now has lifetime earnings of $272,403.

He paid $8.90 to win.