Mullins said: “He jumped well but was very free early on. I’m happy that he will improve a fair bit from that, and he can come back in trip.
“The Royal Bond will probably come too quick, so we might wait until Christmas. He looks a nice type and is only four.
“A faster run race over a shorter trip will suit him. He’s a nice ride at home and I’m looking forward to him for the season.”
De Bromhead said: “I’m delighted with that. Moon Over Germany ran great and I’m delighted with Notebook.
“He looked impressive here the last day and it’s nice to see him back it up. His jumping was great – he seems to love it. I was a little concerned how he would jump out of that ground, but he was electric.
“He’s really exciting and the fences make a big difference to him. He jumps quick and I think we should use that over two miles for the moment.
“Gigginstown (House Stud, owner) have plenty of horses and we’ll see what they would like to do but I’d love to stay at two (miles).”