The Great Britain import put in a gallant run to win the $125,000 race ahead of Hidden Wonder and Bold Glance.
This was the six-year-old gelding’s first race start in Australia, after racing his last 19 runs in England.
My Kingdom Of Fife was first-up in the 2011 Doncaster Mile Prelude, with his last run being in the Listed August Stakes in England on August 28, 2010, where he finished sixth.
Chris Waller, who now trains My Kingdom Of Fife, was surprised, but impressed with his gelding’s winning performance.
“The one honest thing that I will say is that our horses always try and they are always prepared for the race,” Waller said.
“I didn’t expect him to win but he was trained to win.”
Jockey Dwayne Dunn was very happy with how My Kingdom Of Fife performed in the race.
“He travelled really nicely and gave me a nice kick,” he said.
My Kingdom Of Fife won the 2011 Doncaster Mile Prelude in a time of 1 minute and 34.86 seconds and paid massive odds of $151 at Luxbet.
The gelding will now be sent to Brisbane’s Winter Carnival next month.