The connections of star Tasmanian greyhounds Wynburn Sheean and Sprint Gordon have been invited to nominate for the group 1 Temlee in Melbourne next month.
The race at The Meadows on February 13 carries prizemoney of $100,000 to the winner.
Wynyard trainer Ben Englund (Wynburn Sheean) and Brighton-based Blake Pursell (Sprint Gordon) have until Friday to take up the offer and lodge their nominations with Greyhound Racing Victoria.
Sprint Gordon ran third and Wynburn Sheean fourth in last month's group 1 Hobart Thousand won by Tommy Shelby.
Meanwhile, Ben Englund and Longford trainer David Crosswell will provide six of the eight runners in Monday night's Buckle Up Wes Rising Stars final at Mowbray.
The annual age-restricted feature ranks as the primary lead-in race on the LGRC calendar to next month's group 2 Launceston Cup.
Both trainers prepare chasers from the highly-successful Aston Dee Bee - She's All Class litter.
The star of the litter Wynburn Sheean produced an outstanding Launceston debut in last week's heats when when he won in a slick 29.56 from box 1.
"Drawing the rails at his first look at Launceston was certainly a benefit," Englund said.
"He used his box speed and to run a quick time in testing conditions was very pleasing."
To date the David Booth-bred litter of seven has won 48 races and $144,063 in stakes.
Wynburn Sheean has won 12 races and $52,700.
Englund will also be represented by Wizz Kev and Wynburn Express.
Crosswell's three finalists are all well-performed litter siblings of Wynburn Sheean - Highland Chief (nine wins), Quick Joey Small (seven wins) and Highland Wonder (five wins).