A new northern hemisphere acquisition for trainer Ciaron Maher is among the top weights for the Melbourne and Caulfield Cups.
Sir Dragonet has been given 55.5 kilograms in each of the spring's major staying feature races.
A four-year-old previously with Ireland's champion trainer Aidan O'Brien, Sir Dragonet is coming to Australia as group 1 placed in Ireland and a group 3 winner.
The winner of the Chester Vase in May last year, he has been second at his latest four starts - including the group 1 Gold Cup at the Curragh.
Sir Dragonet is part of a big list of entries for Maher and co-trainer David Eustace, who have a major part of their training operation in Ballarat, in the Melbourne and Caulfield Cups.
Epsom Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck, trained by O'Brien, is the sole top weight on 58.5kg for the Melbourne Cup to be run at Flemington on Tuesday, November 3.
Leading Melbourne Cup weights: Anthony Van Dyck 58.5kg, Avilius (James Cummings) 57kg, Sovereign (Aidan O'Brien) 57kg, Vow And Declare (Danny O'Brien) 57kg, Master Of Reality (Joseph O'Brien) 56kg, Telecaster (Hughie Morrison) 56kg, Regal Power (Grant and Alana Williams) 56kg, Sir Dragonet 55.5kg, Twillight Payment (Joseph O'Brien) 55.5kg.
Aidan O'Brien has the top three weights in Caulfield Cup for Saturday, october 17: Anthony Van Dyck 58.5kg, Japan 58.5kg, Magical 58kg.
Like Maher and Eustace, Matt Cumani is a Ballarat trainer with a European stayer joining his team for the spring's biggest targets.
San Huberto has 53.5kg in each the cups.
Ballarat stable weights for the Melbourne and Caulfiled Cups: