For All Who Conga ran poorly six days ago at Presque Isle Downs but trainer Jamie Ness expects improvement when he sends out the 4-year-old in a fourth-level allowance at a mile and 70 yards Tuesday evening.\r\nLast Wednesday, For All Who Conga finished fifth of six in a six-furlong allowance race.\r\n&ldquo;He just kind of ran around the track, we train him for a route.&rdquo; Ness said.\r\nNess ran For All Who Conga in the $138,000 Claiming Crown Jewel at Canterbury Park in his previous race on July 24. For All Who Conga was just off the pace early in the 1 &nbsp;1/8-mile event and finished fourth, beaten a length and a half, after drifting out in deep stretch.\r\n&ldquo;He just got plain outrun,&rdquo; Ness said. &ldquo;He had never been that far on the dirt, he just got tired.&rdquo;\r\nNess was nonetheless pleased with how For All Who Conga ran in the Claiming Crown.\r\n&ldquo;I was very happy with his performance,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;He gave a great effort.&rdquo;\r\nNess had a reason for running For All Who Conga in last Wednesday&rsquo;s six-furlong race.\r\n&ldquo;With the shipping and all that goes into the Claiming Crown, we had been taking it easy on him,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;We wanted to use that race Wednesday as a prep to run long again and I think this is the prefect spot for him&rdquo;.\r\nFor All Who Conga, a son of Congaree, proved he likes Presque Isle&rsquo;s Tapeta surface by winning a conditioned allowance event at a mile and a sixteenth May 22, only to be disqualified later. &ldquo;I had entered at Indiana Downs and scratched, so they put him on the vet&rsquo;s list,&rdquo; Ness said. &ldquo;He was a day from being eligible, so he was disqualified.&rdquo;\r\nWhen entering a horse back one to seven days after a race, Ness wins at a 54-percent clip.\r\nA field of eight is scheduled to go to the post Tuesday, although Granby Boy is cross-entered at Finger Lakes that afternoon.