01/08/2007 12:00AM

$400,000 carryover incentive to dive in


OZONE PARK, N.Y. - A uninspiring Wednesday card at Aqueduct that would make even the heartiest New York horseplayer contemplate taking a day off is jazzed up considerably by a pick six carryover of $403,438.

Victories by back-to-back 50-1 shots Sunday meant a third straight day of futility for pick six players. Fifteen of the horses running in Wednesday's pick six sequence have gone off at 50-1 or higher at least once. Four of the six races in the sequence are for maidens. The inner track should be fast as rain ended early Monday afternoon.

Here's a race-by-race analysis:

Fourth race: Trainer Keith O'Brien sends out the probable favorite Super Diva in this lackluster group of eight New York-bred maiden 4-year-old fillies going a mile. On Dec. 8, in a mile and 70-yard race, Super Diva finished a clear second behind Accrediting, who came back to win a first-level allowance race for statebreds on Dec. 28.

Top Heavy has gotten away slowly in two losses sprinting, including a stumble at the break of her last race in which she finished third. She is a half-sister to Double Dee's, who won the Grade 2 Cotillion at Philadelphia Park and who was a seven-length maiden winner over the inner track.

Wicked Love, trained by Bill Turner, has not been out since finishing second in a maiden turf race in July. A fresh face may be what's needed in this field.

Fifth race: Mariano, Ten Forty, and Heavyweight all finished within a length of each other in a Dec. 16 maiden sprint, the same condition as this race. Mariano got away slowly but finished well to be third. Trainer Mike Hushion's runners usually improve second out.

Ten Forty has been forced to use early speed due to outside draws in his last two. A Bruce Levine trainee, Ten Forty moves to post 3 and gets a major rider switch from apprentice Angel Rodriguez to Eibar Coa.

Heavyweight was beaten two lengths when forced to chase the pace from rail. He adds blinkers and gets Ramon Dominguez.

Sir Gallovic, trained by Mike Miceli, is interesting as a potential value horse. Sir Gallovic finished fourth behind 6-5 favorite Cowtown Cat on Sept. 8 at Belmont in a race that produced two next-out winners, though one was for a claiming price. He shows bullet gate work and should be a price.

Sixth race: An inscrutable statebred maiden claiming affair in which the two best performances by those to have run came over Polytrack. Miss Vanity, responsible for both fine Polytrack efforts, was beaten 13 3/4 lengths for maiden $50,000 here last month.

Jaimies Gem drops in for a tag for the first time and adds blinkers for the crafty Mike Hernandez.

Despite Jaimies Gem's bad form, it's advisable to use her and first-time starter Rosemary's Garden from the Miceli barn. Last Jan. 20, Miceli sent out first-timer Lady Raj to a maiden claiming victory at 12-1 odds.

Players must consider Simply Preferred if she draws in from also-eligible list.

Seventh race: Bythebeautifulsea has not been out since Nov. 11 when he finished fourth to Buffalo Man in the Storm Cat Stakes at Meadowlands. Buffalo Man won Sunday's Spectacular Bid at Gulfstream. Bythebeautifulsea shows a very light work tab, however. He will likely play catch-me-if-you-can under C.C. Lopez.

Consider either half of the Gary Contessa-trained coupled entry of Gold and Blue Box, who is making his first start for a tag, or Fresh Episode, a front-running inner winner last out. Spread tickets may want to add Gonzo Bonzo Beans, who stretches out first time off the Robert Ribaudo claim.

Eighth race: Bettors have to consider singling Raffit, who just annihilated similar in 12-furlong marathon. The only fear is he may not get as easy a lead this time as he did last.

Ninth race: Imagine being alive for a big number and needing one of these fine steeds to win for a life-changing score.

Free of Secrets drops in for a tag for the first time, and actually once ran a decent second to Kong the King, who finished third in Grade 2 Remsen. Trainer George Weaver puts blinkers back on, though they didn't help much two back. Still have to use.

Smilelikeyoumeanit was bet down to 6-1 when seventh while breaking from the outside post in an 11-horse field at Philadelphia Park. He gets a switch to Dominguez, who rode the barn's only other winner at this meet, Unwritten ($8.70).