Ryan said: "That is a really good mare. She was only beaten a nostril in a Listed hurdle here and was very unlucky not to win, but she is way better over fences. She is a big scopey mare and (stablemate) Waitnsee will have to watch out.
"She is a fast jumper, is well able to gallop and will run in all those black-type races for the summer. I think that's her trip (2m6f).
"We have a bunch of real good mares and only Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott trained more winning mares than I did last season.
"There is a lot of hard work put into this and we're also beef and sheep farming. We've 50 horses in training, 30 in strong training and 20 young horses coming along."
This was Ryan's sixth winner of the new National Hunt season.