BENDIGO Cup winner Sertorius headlines the nominations for next Wednesday's $100,000 NMIT Kyneton Cup (2000m).
Sertorius' win at Bendigo lifted his rating to 102.
He's the highest rated horse in the Kyneton Cup nominations, one point clear of last start Hamilton Cup-winner Hurdy Gurdy Man.
Sertorius is unlikely to run at Kyneton, with co-trainer Jamie Edwards indicating the gelding's next start would be in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2500m) at Flemington on November 9.
The in-form Peter Gelagotis stable has three entries for the Kyneton Cup.
Last start Moonee Valley winner Hvasstan, Module and Mourinho are amongst the 36 entries.
Other highly-rated horses entered for the Cup include, the Michael Brady-trained Bianmick and Sydney visitor Salon Soldier.
Final field is released on Monday.