Kingsbarns: Navan maiden winner has been supplementedPICTURE: Patrick McCann (racingpost.com/photos)
Unbeaten duo added to Racing Post Trophy field
UNBEATEN juveniles Kingsbarns and Van Der Neer were on Monday supplemented for the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster on Saturday.
The colts, trained by Aidan O'Brien and Richard Hannon respectively, have been added to the possible field for the Group 1, for which there were 15 entries on Monday.
Kingsbarns only made his debut earlier this month when winning a maiden at Navan by seven lengths, and is already as short as 14-1 for next year's Derby.
Van Der Neer impressed jockey Richard Hughes when winning a four-runner conditions race at Leicester last week, with Hughes stating after the race that the colt could be supplemented for Saturday's race.
As well as Kingsbarns, O'Brien could be mob-handed, with Beresford Stakes winner Battle Of Marengo, Eye Of The Storm, Fesitve Cheer, Kingston Jamaica and Magician all possibles.
Jim Bolger may run Trading Leather, with Steeler a possible for Mark Johnston.