11/01/2001 1:00AM

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One winning ticket was sold Thursday in Hawthorne's $50,000 guaranteed pick six, the second day in a row the bet was hit, paying a lone winner $37,721. The public wagered a total of $13,468 on the pick six, up from Wednesday's $8,920 pool, with the track making up the difference. . . . Oh So Sharp, the winner of Britain's Triple Crown for fillies in 1985, has died at age 19. A daughter of Kris, Oh So Sharp followed a 3 for 3 season as a juvenile with a sweep of the 1000 Guineas, English Oaks (by a record six lengths over Triptych), and the St. Leger, to become the first horse to win the three British classics since Nijinsky had turned the trick in 1970. . . . Grade 2 winner Globalize, a 4-year-old son of Summer Squall, has been retired from racing and will enter stud in 2002 at Alex Trebek's Creston Farms in Paso Robles, Calif., where he will stand for a fee of $5,000. Del Chase Thoroughbreds, LLC, is leasing the colt from a partnership headed by trainer Jerry Hollendorfer.