Goodwood winner Dark Vision has been supplemented for the Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes at the Curragh on September 16.
Mark Johnston’s colt extended his unbeaten record to three races with a super performance in the Qatar Vintage Stakes on Tuesday.
And Johnston said: “There were entries this morning for the National Stakes which he wasn’t in.
“There was a second entry stage so we had a great debate whether to enter this morning as it was £8,000 to supplement this morning or it was £35,000 to supplement at the five-day stage. I was overruled by Charlie and Deirdre (Johnston) so he is in the National Stakes.
“Basically, we are thinking two options between now and the end of the season are the National and the Dewhurst (Newmarket), so that’s the plan at the moment.”
Dark Vision is owned by the Kingsley Park racing syndicate, but Johnston has been inundated by potential suitors.
The Middleham handler said: “The phone never stops ringing.
“Something may happen on that score, we will have to wait and see, but, in the meantime, I’ve just got to carry on as business as usual, hence I made the (National Stakes) entry for him.”