The odds-on favorite, China Pearls, delivered as expected for driver Randy Waples as she stopped the timer in a lifetime best of 1:54.2, taking her division of the Super Final for sophomore trotting fillies.

The daughter of Kadabra-Pure Sable moved out from third and cleared to command past the opening panel of 27.1, which was set by Oh Sweet Baby (Mario Baillargeon).

Waples would rate the seven-time winner past the half in 56.4 and three-quarters in 1:25.3.

In deep stretch, only Oh Sweet Baby could trot with the Carman Hie trainee as they separated themselves from the field with China Pearls getting the upper hand by 2-1/4 lengths at the wire. Nordic De Vie (Trevor Ritchie) came from well off-the-pace to finish third.

"She's as good tonight as she's been all year. I'm really happy for her because in April she made her first start and to keep going, develop and win the Super Final is fantastic," Hie said after the win. "I'm very happy for her and for my partners. She's one of the best horses I've ever had or I think she is. I've had some nice ones, but she's a little special."

China Pearls lifts her lifetime earnings to $498,405 for Hie, who owns a piece of the bay with Blake Anthony, Ted Murrell and Peter Kloepfer.

She paid $4 to win.