Updated on 09/15/2011 12:36PM

Carryover reaches $180,091 at Hollywood Park


INGLEWOOD, Calif. - A longshot winner in a tricky maiden race on Saturday helped to create a pick six carryover of $180,091 at Hollywood Park for Sunday's top-class program.

Sunday's pick six covers the fifth through 10th races, which includes two stakes with short-priced favorites. Congaree, third in the Kentucky Derby, is the 3-5 morning-line favorite in the $500,000 Swaps Stakes, the sixth race on the program.

Blueprint, who won the San Luis Rey Handicap last March at Santa Anita, is the 7-5 morning line favorite to win the $200,000 Sunset Handicap on turf, a Grade 2 over 1 1-2 miles that drew five runners.

Here are the changes in Sunday's pick six: Jag G is scratched from the fifth race. In the seventh race, Garrett Gomez will ride Arbiter. Azkaban and Two K Mambo have been scratched, which means that Vitesse, who was on the also-eligible list when entries were drawn, is now a runner.

In the tenth race, Santa Rosa Glory is scratched from a maiden claimer over 1 1-16 miles. The other pick six races are a $50,000 claimer on turf over 1 1 1-8 miles, a one-mile maiden on turf, and a starter allowance over 1 1-16 miles.

The ten-race program is one of the more attractive of the Hollywood Park spring-summer meeting, which ends on Monday.

On Saturday, most pick six tickets did not survive the second leg when No Approval won his debut, returning $71.60.