10/11/2010 6:56PM

Oak Tree: No double carryover

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Following wins by two second choices and a favorite in the first five races of the pick six, there will be no double carryover for Thursday, the next day of live racing at Hollywood Park.

All 12 runners in the ninth and final race, a one-mile maiden race on turf for 2-year-olds, were covered in the pick six.

In the seventh race, Quick Enough ($7.60), the second choice in the betting, had an ideal trip to win the Grade 3 Morvich Handicap for turf sprinters. The race was part of the Breeders' Cup's Win and You're In program for the BC Turf Sprint. Early indications from trainer Doug O'Neill suggest that the partnership who own the 6-year-old gelding will pay a $100,000 nomination fee to make Quick Enough eligible for the BC Turf Sprint.

Ridden by Patrick Valenzuela, Quick Enough stalked pacesetter Lt. Hopeful and won by 1 1-2 lengths over a fast-closing Dilemma.

In the eighth race, Tuscan Chianti ($14) rallied wide through the stretch of a six-furlong race for $25,000 claimers to win by 1 1-4 lengths over Road to Reason. Hot Little Bug, the even-money favorite, had a rough trip in his first start in more than 15 months.

Ridden by Joel Rosario, Hot Little Bug was stuck on the rail behind tiring horses on the turn and failed to quicken in the stretch when space developed between runners. My Sister Laureen, who was part of the early pace before fading quickly, was vanned off.