08/18/2003 12:00AM

Del Mar carryover at $241,337

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DEL MAR, Calif. - A string of beaten favorites on Sunday at Del Mar has created a pick six carryover of $241,337 for Monday's eight-race program.

The pick six covers the third through eighth races on Monday. Here is a glance at the scratch time changes.

Gary Stevens is not riding on Monday. In the third race, Alex Solis will ride Fantastic Voyage in a maiden race over 1 1/16 miles. Agorein, trained by Eoin Harty, is the 5-2 morning-line favorite.

There are no changes in the fourth race, which is run over 1 1/16 miles on turf for 3-year-old fillies entered for claiming prices ranging from $55,000 to $62,500. Oneexcessivenite (5-2) and Lady's Mantle (7-2) lead a field of seven.

In the fifth race, Julie Krone rides Lil Bro Eddie in an optional claimer over 5 1/2 furlongs for 2-year-olds. Lil Bro Eddie won the Alameda County Futurity at Pleasanton on July 4 but was sixth in the Graduation Stakes here on July 30. The race also features Blairs Roarin Star (the morning-line favorite at 5-2) and Lucky Pulpit, an impressive maiden winner at Hollywood Park on July 17.

In the sixth race, Victor Espinoza replaces Kent Desormeaux on Buttertart and Frank Alvarado replaces Stevens on Hurricane Rose. Aclevershadeofjade, second in an allowance race on July 19, is the 3-1 morning-line favorite in an open race.

Run Rebecca Run, an impressive maiden winner at Santa Anita in April, will attempt to make her first start since April. She was scratched at the gate earlier at this meeting. Last Kiss, the winner of the Barretts Debutante Stakes last September at Fairplex Park, makes her first start since October.

The featured seventh race is run over a mile on turf and drew a strong field.

Designed for Luck, Montain Rage and Wooden Phone return from layoffs to face Denied and Decarchy, who have run well in recent starts. Decarchy is the 9-5 morning-line favorite. Alex Solis rides Reel 'em In.

In the eighth race, Blairs General and Ragtime Fun are scratched. Runway Heading is a gelding.

The sprint for California-bred maiden claimers features the shortest priced favorite of the day on the morning line - Standing Tall at 4-5. Winless in five starts, Standing Tall was third in his last start at the Santa Rosa fair.