Top pacer Pachacuti had a leisurely stroll around Mowbray in a trial on Sunday night as he prepares for a possible Inter-Dominion campaign.
The eight-year-old narrowly accounted for stablemate Roger Ramjet running his last 800m in 56 seconds.
Longford trainer Todd Rattray has entered both Pachacuti and Devendra for the $1.8 million dollar Inter-Dominion series starting in Perth on November 24.
Devendra won two heats in 2015 but later went amiss and didn’t race for 17 months.
Code Black, Resurgent Spirit and Riverboat Jasper, who are owned or part-owned in Tasmania but trained interstate, have also been entered.
Former Railton trainer Gary Elson, now based in Western Australia, has nominated his two stable stars Ideal Tyson and Sprinter.
The Inter-Dominion has attracted 98 entries including five from New Zealand.
Between them, they have won 1700 races and earned more than $34.6 million in stakemoney.