The seven year old has been a superb horse during his career, really bouncing onto the scene in 2019 when taking the old Novices' Handicap Chase at the Cheltenham festival.
Last season he again put up another superb performance at Leopardstown over Christmas, when becoming one of the very few horses to beat Chacun Pour Soi in a Grade One.
He went to Cheltenham off the back of that run in the Ryanair and when punted to run a big race, could only finish third behind Min.
Back for another term, he made his seasonal debut in the two mile Grade Two Fortria Chase at Navan, where he was narrowly beaten by Castlegrace Paddy.
It was obvious that two miles was not his trip and De Bromhead last time out sent him over three miles for the first time in his career and didn't half suit him.
In the Grade One Savills Chase he came from a long way back off the pace to snatch victory at Leopardstown, proving a staying trip is what he now needs.
This was also backed up last time out in the Gold Cup at Cheltenham when a narrow second to stablemate Minella Indo, staying every bit of the 3m2f.
The Grade One Betway Bowl seems to be the race he will be heading into, with De Bromhead heading into the meeting still in solid form off the back of six winners at the Cheltenham festival.