The Cross Country Chase - which he won at the Cheltenham Festival in 2018 - will be the next port of call for the Gigginstown House Stud-owned gelding, ahead of his attempt to become the first horse since Red Rum (in 1973-74) to land back-to-back Grand National's.
Tiger Roll was sent off at 25-1 for the Grade Two hurdle over two miles and five furlongs - but the Gordon Elliott-trained nine-year-old did not travel like an outsider as he settled sweetly for Keith Donoghue.
After Coquin Mans led at a steady pace to the third-last flight, Tiger Roll loomed up and jumped the penultimate hurdle in front.
Donoghue's mount soon asserted and victory was never in doubt, as he crossed the line four lengths clear of Off You Go.
Is there a more versitile horse out there than TIGER ROLL!? 🐯— Timeform Live (@TimeformLive) February 17, 2019
3x a winner at the #CheltenhamFestival (2m1f, 3m7f & Cross County 3m6f)
2018 Grand National (4m2f)
And now wins the Grade 2 Boyne Hurdle at @NavanRacecourse over 2m5f!pic.twitter.com/PbQlKAQY89
Elliott - whose charge is a three-time Chetenham Festival winner - said: "That's brilliant, I'm delighted with the way he ran. He's a great horse and never lets us down.
"The plan is the cross-country race at Cheltenham and obviously the English National, all being well."
He went on: "It was a nice surprise. I thought the two horses, Bless The Wings and him, would finish second-last and last so it was a nice surprise. He's paid for himself for the year again.
"That's arguably one of his best performances over hurdles.
"I thought he would need the run badly, and we knew there was plenty of improvement in him, but he was obviously a bit fitter than I thought. Keith said he would come on from the run.
"He's going to be some horse to go for the cross-country race now and he should taking a fair bit of beating with a clear round."
Tiger Roll was cut to 11-10 favourite from 15-8 for the Glenfarclas Chase and is 12-1 favourite from 20-1 for the Grand National with Paddy Power.