Major Roll dictated terms to back up his heat display to take out the Junee Pacers Cup final on Sunday night.
Mirrool trainer-driver Stephen Maguire stacked up his rivals up in the $14,790 feature before having enough sprint up the hill with the four-year-old.
A MIA Breeders Plate winner at two, Major Roll ($1.35 favourite) made it 14 wins from 24 starts as he held on to down Jimison ($4) by 2.3 metres.
Major Roll was made to work for it up the straight but Maguire was pleased with how finished his race.
"It wasn't easy but I was happy enough with him," Maguire said.
"I think the false start might have affected not just my horse but others, they fired up and it took a bit of gas of them, but he still found the line.
"The last bit he was still going strong.
"The other horse (Jimison) got to him, and never got past him, and in the last little bit I had his measure good and proper."
It's been 32 years since Maguire last tasted success in the Junee Pacers Cup.
He drove Strong And Bold to victory for his father Sonny on that occasion and was pleased to join his late father on the honour roll in the training ranks.
"It's always been a nice race to win the Junee Cup," Maguire said.
Meanwhile Ellen Bartley had a success with a pair of Western Terrors in the Invitational Drivers Series.
The Coleambally trainer produced Western Sonador to win first up for the stable as the $1.25 favourite swooped around the field from his second row draw.
The four-year-old made it two wins on the trot after previously being trained in Victoria.
Former Junee reinsman Cameron Hart took the drive.
Bartley then combined with Will Rixon for success with Forever Yin.
After a down the track effort in the Victoria Derby heats last time out, Forever Yin appreciated the drop in class.
He too made a sweeping run after settling last in the third heat of the series.
Blake Micallef took overall honours in the series this year.
A fourth race was added due to the split of nominations for the program and the Young reinsman took advantage.
He won the opening leg of the series with Outstanding Speaka for Josh Powderly before claiming the last leg in the stewards room.
Micallef was second over the line aboard Funnily Enough for Ray Walker before lodging a protest alleging interference down the back straight by Rixon with Conrod Kenze
With just a head separating the two runners, the stewards decided there was sufficient evidence to rule in Micallef's favour.