He wasn’t even in the race 24 hours before the gates flew, but after a few scratchings, emergency Kermadec made his presence felt in Australia’s best 1600-metre event, the Doncaster Mile.
Kermedec was one of the most in-form three-year-olds in the country in the autumn without cracking it for a big win until masterful Group 1 performer Glen Boss jumped on board to guide the talented colt through the field and win the Doncaster Mile in “soft” fashion by 1 ¾ lengths from Japanese raider Real Impact and stablemate Royal Descent.
It was the fifth time trainer Chris Waller had won the event since 2008.


Teofilo – Hy Fuji (AUS)

Winner – Doncaster Mile 2015
Trainer Chris Waller
Jockey Glen Boss
Prizemoney Won $1,800,000
Lifetime Performance as at 01 December 2015
STARTS 1st 2nd 3rd
13 4 2 2

 Doncaster Mile – Race Replay
2015 Winner: Kermadec (NZ), 2nd Real Impact, 3rd Royal Descent
Time/Track 1-37.61 (Soft 7)                                                                                                                                           

Kermedec (NZ)
Teofilo (IRE) Galileo (IRE) Sadlers Wells (USA)
Urban Sea (USA)
Speirbhean (IRE) Danehill (USA)
Saviour (USA)
Hy Fuji (AUS) Fuji Kiseki (JPN) Sunday Silence (USA)
Millracer (USA)
Hysterical (NZ) Wolverton (IRE)
Formal Invitation (IRE)