07/30/2005 11:00PM

Del Mar carryover at $213,997


ARCADIA, Calif. - A string of beaten favorites and medium-priced longshots on Sunday has created a pick six carryover of $213,997 for Monday's eight-race program at Del Mar.

The card begins at 2 p.m., with the pick six covering the third through eighth races. There are four races on the main track and two on turf.

The third race is run over a mile on turf for 3-year-old fillies. Private Banking, sixth in the Flawlessly Stakes on July 4, is the morning-line favorite, but there will be support for Mashina (trained by Julio Canani) and Silver Wand (trained by Vladimir Cerin).

Bettors may need to spread their selections in the fourth race, run over six furlongs for $35,000 to $40,000 claimers. The field of eight includes three fillies and mares that won their last starters - Capitola, Sunshine Dreamer, and Ugotadowhatugoado.

The fifth race is run over six furlongs for state-bred maiden claimers and has drawn 12 entrants. R.H. Perfect Storm, who drops from a maiden special weight race, is the 5-2 favorite on the morning line. Smooth Sis and Southern Dish deserve consideration.

The sixth is a sprint for $50,000 claimers. Indian Country, second in an optional claimer on May 12, will be well-backed though his class drop will raise eyebrows. Fonz's won at this level in May at Hollywood Park.

The seventh race is led by Singhalese, who finished third in the Grade 1 American Oaks at Hollywood Park on July 3. Fortunate Event has won her last two starts, while Isla Cozzene was stakes-placed at Hollywood Park. Single Market and Sunny Disposition are scratched.

The last race is run over 1 1-16 miles for $10,000 claimers. Gong and Priest River are scratched, leaving 12 entrants. Like the fourth race, this is more wide-open. Gilded Bertrando, who has drawn the outside, is the morning-line favorite. Gospodin and Manhattan Express will be well-supported.