"I'm delighted with that. He is definitely a better ground horse. He ran brilliantly in Punchestown at the Festival and then he made an awful mistake last time and it just took him out of the race," trainer Henry de Bromhead said.
"It's great to see him win today and I'm delighted for the Brookhouses. We will look for something in the next few weeks, he might go for a handicap or we could look at a novice.
"Two miles seems to be his trip but he settles now, so he could drop in as well.