07/23/2003 11:00PM

Del Mar carryover reaches $562,575


DEL MAR, Calif. - Bettors on Thursday failed to conquer the pick six at Del Mar for the second consecutive day, creating a carryover of $562,575 for Friday.

Friday's pick six covers the third through eighth races on a program that begins at 4 p.m. Similar to Thursday's program, there are full fields in each pick six race.

Here is a glance at the changes and leading contenders in the pick six races.

In the third race, Olivia's Amour and Malibu Momma are scratched from a six-furlong maiden claimer for fillies and mares. The morning-line favorite is Pretty Halo, who is ridden by apprentice jockey Mick Ruis, who claims 10 pounds. Others to watch include first-time starter Kitimat, and Little Celebrity, who has not started since June 2002 but has worked well in recent weeks.

There are 11 runners in the fourth race, run over six furlongs for $14,000 to $16,000 claimers. Volnay is scratched. The field is evenly matched, with four runners listed at 6-1 or less on the morning-line. Welcome Aboard, trained by Noble Threewitt, will attempt to win his fourth consecutive race in his first race since April. I'mallwilly, who has not been worse than second in his last four starts, is 4-1 on the morning-line.

In the fifth race, there are eight runners in a sprint for 2-year-old maiden claimers entered for prices ranging from $85,000 to $100,000. The entry of Something Fierce (trained by Art Sherman) and Quartez (trained by Mike Machowsky) are 3-1 on the line, but there will be support for Fortune Catcher, Rush Into Heaven and Rontu.

The lone turf race in the pick six is the sixth, a $70,000 to $80,000 claimer over 1 1-16 miles on turf. Sumitas is scratched.

Reel 'em In, a troubled fourth in an allowance race on June 8, may go favored against Zentsov Street, a stakes winner in 2000; Little Ghazi and Surprized, who were second and third at this level on June 26; and Kachamandi, a minor stakes winner here last summer.

The final two races are sprints for California-breds.

The seventh race is the $125,000 California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Stakes for 2-year-old fillies over 5 1-2 furlongs. Smoke Break, second in the Cinderella Stakes at Hollywood Park on June 14, is the 2-1 morning-line favorite and is likely to be a much shorter price at post time.

In the finale, Dance Withthephone is scratched from a maiden claimer over six furlongs. Zoolu Nights, second in a maiden claimer at Hollywood Park on July 6, is 7-2 on the early line, but is winless in four starts. Lakeside Trail, third in the same race, is 9-2 on the morning-line.