08/10/2005 12:00AM

Del Mar carryover at $147,463


DEL MAR, Calif. - A 45-1 upset by Healthy Addiction in Wednesday's Osunitas Handicap has led to a pick six carryover of $147,463 for Thursday's eight-race program at Del Mar.

The pick six covers the third through eighth races on a program that starts at 2 p.m.

There is one turf race and five sprints in Thursday's pick six.

The third race is the lone turf race, an optional claimer over a mile on turf. Honorable Coach, third in the Cinema Breeders' Cup Handicap at Hollywood Park in June, and Standing Brave, who finished fourth in a division of the Oceanside Stakes on July 20, are the top contenders in a field of five.

The remainder of the pick six races had at least seven entrants as of scratch time on Wednesday.

The fourth race is a maiden claimer for 2-year-old California-breds over 5 1-2 furlongs.

Polly's Score, fifth in the Graduation Stakes on July 27, and Brite Maneuvers, second at this level on July 25, will dominate the betting.

The fifth race, run over seven furlongs for $10,000 claimers, had two scratches on Wednesday - All Circuits Go and Queen of Soul.

Norton Peak, dropping from a ninth-place in a $16,000 claimer, will go favored. Girlsintheoffice makes her first start for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, having been claimed for $10,000 on July 10.

There are nine entrants in the sixth race, run over six furlongs for 3-year-olds entered for claiming prices ranging from $14,000 to $16,000. Cash in the Bank drops from a fourth-place finish in a $50,000 claimer on July 27. The 8-1 shots Sherman's March and Excessive Balance are worth a look.

The seventh race is an optional claimer for state-bred fillies and mares over six furlongs.

Del Mar Miss, third in an optional claimer here on July 24, will go favored. She has never been worse than third in four starts. Vikki's Honor, who drew the rail, and Etch, who is returning from an eight-month layoff, will be heavily backed. Silent Kingdom is scratched.

The last race is a sprint for state-bred maiden claimers. King Canaveral and Century Man are scratched, leaving 10 runners. Blind Harry, a close second on July 25; Jack Sparrow, who is dropping from a maiden special weight; and Fill the Temple, second in his debut, are the leading hopes.