Despite somehow slightly over-cooking this in a slow cooker (didn't think that was possible!) this turned out well. I initially rubbed the roast with onion powder, garlic powder, black pepper and bit of salt then dredged in flour before browning in butter. Tossed a few bay leaves in the slow cooker and lay the roast on top of them. Rubbed on the horseradish (which gets really mellowed out in final product) then poured over the stock and tossed in the onions as well as some minced garlic. Cooked on high for one hour, then low 5-6 more hours. Removed the roast and made the gravy as directed, while seasoning to taste. Served this with whipped cauliflower/broccoli.
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Despite somehow slightly over-cooking this in a slow cooker (didn't think that was possible!)...