All In War was finally rewarded for her honesty when she broke through at Morphettville last month.
The daughter of The Brothers War had been a model of consistency without enjoying any luck until winning the 1100-metre event on September 18.
All In War had previously started 14 times since January, recording eight placings and two fourths for Morphettville trainer Ryan Balfour.
The five-year-old was part of a winning spree for the superbly bred The Brothers War.
Esteemed Lady caused a boilover in winning at $61 at Hawkesbury but confirmed the form with a strong victory at Nowra before a solid second in a Showcase race at Nowra.
Brothers Of Antrim stamped his class when he resumed with a win at Queanbeyan in late September.
The gelding clocked a slick 57.14 seconds for 1000 metres at only his fifth appearance.
Kooringal Stud retains a share in the ownership of All In War, Esteemed Lady and Brothers Of Antim.
The Brothers War's hot streak continued when exciting prospect Telecom Fighters bolted in at Happy Valley on October 6.
Telecom Fighters was pressured in the lead but ran away from his rivals in the straight to register his seventh win.
The five-year-old, who is from The Brothers War's first crop of foals, started his career under the name of Cap’s Boy with Goulburn trainer Mark Gee and won a Highway Hcp over 1800 metres at Randwick before he was sold to Hong Kong interests.
Telecom Fighters has notched four wins and two placings from his past eight starts.
PICTURED: Telecom Fighters' impressive half-sister by Kooringal Stud's dual Group 1 winner Prized Icon.