07/30/2003 11:00PM

Del Mar carryover at $524,087

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DEL MAR, Calif. - For the second time in the Del Mar meeting that began on July 23, there is a double carryover. There were no winning tickets in Thursday's pick six, leaving a carryover of $524,087 for Friday's eight-race program.

The pick six covers the third through eighth races on Friday. Here is a glance at the changes and leading contenders.

In the third race, Katallini and Don't Tell Wendy are scratched from a six-furlong claiming race for California-bred 3-year-old fillies entered for prices ranging from $10,500 to $12,500. Margaret's Fancy is the 5-2 morning-line favorite. She is dropping from a sixth-place finish in a $50,000 claimer to $12,500, the lowest level of her career. Dutchess Eben, second in a $12,500 claimer at Hollywood Park on July 2, makes her first start for trainer Jenine Sahadi, having previously been trained by Caesar Dominguez.

In the fourth race for 3-year-old fillies, Continental Wine and Ready Fire Aim are scratched. The race is run for $45,000 to $50,000 claimers over 1 1-16 miles on turf.

Oneexcessivenite, a nose winner on July 2, Lady's Mantle, who finished second in that race, and Segovia, who is taking a jump in class, are the top contenders.

Coke's Melody and Getoutofmykitchen are scratched from the fifth race for 2-year-old fillies. Run over 5 1-2 furlongs for California-bred maiden claimers, the race has 12 starters. Class dropper Thedevilinme, who is making her first start for a claiming price, takes on Missice, who was second in her debut, and Queenofluv, who is winless in five starts.

The sixth race is run for $22,500 to $25,000 claimers over 6 1-2 furlongs. The race lacks a standout, but Bingo Card, Ultimate Hitman and Always the Winner are top contenders.

The $75,000 Daisy Cutter Handicap for fillies and mares over five furlongs on turf is the day's top race. Tulsa, Secret Liaison and Mame are scratched. Grant Marty a Wish, a winner of 6 of 10 starts, will be a strong favorite. She is trained by Doug O'Neill, who won the first two five-furlong turf sprints at this meeting.

The last race is run over 1 1-16 miles for filly and mare maiden claimers. Fly Girl and Lora's Dream are scratched, leaving 12 starters.

Fruition's Jasmine, second as the favorite at this level on July 18, is likely to be favored against Baja Dancer, the runner-up in a separate division on July 4. Fruition's Jasmine is drawn in post 2, while Baja Dancer is drawn in post 10.