Argentine Tango, a one-time stakes horse at Calder and Gulfstream, finished seventh in Thursday night's eighth race at Mountaineer Park in Chester, W. Va.
It was a $5,000 claiming race at a mile and 70 yards on dirt with a $6,600 purse.
Our previous post told the story of how Argentine Tango, now a seven-year old, has been moved up to West Virginia and down in class.
Argentine Tango and his entrymate Candid Opinions were sent off at 15-1. Pared won the race in 1:46.25.
Wayne's Way, another former Florida stakes horse, finished third in the ninth and final race at Mountaineer.
It was a $5,000 claiming race at 5 1/2 furlongs on dirt.
In 2014 as a 2-year-old, the gelding Wayne's Way finished fourth in the Dr. Fager Stakes at Gulfstream while trained by Kathleen O'Connell for breeder/owner Gilbert Campbell.
Wayne's Way was claimed from Campbell out of a race at Laurel Park in Maryland on Nov. 27, 2014 and since the has been racing at Msaryland and West Virginia tracks