02/23/2002 12:00AM

$189,574 pick six carryover at Santa Anita


A shock winner in the first leg of Saturday's pick six has created a carryover of $189,574 on Sunday at Santa Anita.

Many tickets bit the dust when Tell Them Nothing ($116.80) won the first leg.

The other winners in Saturday's pick six were Hideaway Cafe ($6.40), Skywriting ($16), Jeremy's Quest ($7.80), The Tin Man ($5.80), and Love Bandit ($11.40).

Sunday's pick six covers the fourth through ninth races and includes a wide-open running of the Baldwin Stakes on the hillside turf course.

There are no changes in the fourth race, a $50,000 claimer over 6 1-2 furlongs. Workum, who starts from the outside in a field of eight, is the 5-2 morning-line favorite.

In the fifth race, Brice Blanc will ride Free Rider, replacing Chance Rollins. The race is run down the hillside turf course for $55,000 to $62,500 claimers and has drawn 11 starters. Islander, a winner on the course on Jan. 30, is the 5-2 favorite.

Trainer Darrell Vienna starts Smart Ridge, a 12-1 chance. Vienna's barn was in good form on Saturday, winning three races between Santa Anita and Golden Gate Fields.

The sixth race has been reduced to nine starters with the withdrawal of Smashover and Jackpot Geri. Run over a mile for maiden claimers, the field includes a lukewarm 3-1 morning-line favorite in Deputy's Road.

In the seventh race, an allowance race/optional claimer over a mile, Fly to the Lake, trained by Doug O'Neill is the 3-1 morning-line favorite.

In the Baldwin Stakes, Roman Dancer is the 3-1 favorite in a 12-horse field.

Doc Holiday (7-2), Red Briar (5-1) and Holdthehelm (6-1) are other top contenders in the hillside turf sprint.

Of course, the last is a sprint for maiden claimers. The field of 12 3-year-old fillies is led by Miss Guts, the 5-2 morning-line favorite.

Toomanytomorrows, Houston Launch and Dona's Apollo are scratched. Charlies Good Girl and Pursecatcher drew in from the also-eligible list.