07/01/2007 12:00AM

$3.2M pick 6 carryover at Hollywood Monday


INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Hollywood Park will have a pick six carryover of $3,274,505 for Monday’s eight-race program, the highest carryover in track history.

Bettors failed to solve the tricky wager for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday, a program that begin with a pick six carryover of more than $1.4 million. Bettors added $3.4 million on Sunday, but no one had all six winners, even though there were two winning favorites.

Monday’s eight-race program begins at 1:20 p.m. Pacific, and the first pick six race, the third race, will be run at approximately 2:20 p.m.

The pick six races, the third through eighth, have fields of seven to 14 entrants. There are three sprints and three routes, all of which are run on the main track.

There were no early scratches in the third through seventh races for Monday.

The third race is an $8,000 claimer over 1 1-/8 miles. The race has drawn nine entrants, and the morning-line favorite is Skipaslew (2-1). Skipaslew is trained by Jack Carava, who had two winners at Hollywood Park on Sunday.

The fourth race is a starter allowance over 5 1/2 furlongs. Coyote Fast, who drew the outside, and Dr. Mohrbacher, who drew the rail, are two of the leading contenders.

The fifth race is an allowance race over 1 1/16 miles. Get off the Sugar (the 5-2 morning-line favorite) will be ridden by David Flores, who rode four winners on Sunday. There will be support for Key Maker, Point of Impact and Power Shift.

There are eight maidens in the sixth race, which is run over 6 1/2 furlongs. The field includes Lt. Lorraine, trained by Mike Mitchell, and Benchwench, trained by Mark Tsagalakis, who both will figure prominently in the betting.

The $75,000 Honest Lady Handicap for 3-year-old fillies is the feature race. Run over 6 1/2 furlongs, the race has drawn a field of seven. Glorified, who is making her stakes debut, is the 2-1 morning-line favorite, but must beat the highly promising You are the Answer, who has drawn the outside.

The final race is a maiden claimer over six furlongs and has drawn a field of 14. General Ron and Northern Diplomat are scratched. Apprentice jockey Tom Foley will ride Roar in Solana, who drew in from the also-eligible list. Kickin Caper and Rydell, both listed at 8-1 on the morning line, race as geldings for the first time.

In an indication of the openness of the race, Cool Hand Lucca is the morning-line favorite and is listed at 7-2. David Cohen rides the 3-year-old gelding for trainer Craig Dollase.