Robbie Hennessy is targeting next month's Clonmel Oil Chase with Rubi Light after his stable star's excellent comeback run at Gowran Park on Saturday.
The eight-year-old endured a disappointing second half of the season last time around, with a number of training problems hindering his progress.
However, he appears to be as good as ever judged on his close-up third behind Sizing Europe in last weekend's PWC Champion Chase and he is now set to head to Clonmel on November 14 before bidding to win the John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase in December for a second time.
Hennessy said: "I was absolutely thrilled with him and it was nice to see him jumping well and galloping all the way to the line.
"The jockeys were saying the ground was close to good on the chase course and I think if they'd had a bit more rain to soften it up, he'd have finished closer.
"Barry (Geraghty) said he had a good blow going to the last (fence), so there's a bit of improvement there as well.
"We had a chat over the weekend and I think we'll probably go for the Clonmel Oil Chase next and then hopefully on to the John Durkan, by which time hopefully we'll have proper winter soft ground.
"Sizing Europe won in Clonmel last year, but it sounds as though he's going to go up to Down Royal (JNwine.com Champion Chase). We'll try to avoid him and Flemenstar.
"Touch wood, we can keep him safe and sound for the rest of the season."