Updated on 09/17/2011 10:41AM

Hollywood pick six carryover at $168,529


INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Upsets in the late double on Saturday at Hollywood

Park have led to a carryover of $168,529 for Sunday's nine-race program.

The pick six covers the fourth through ninth races on Sunday, a sequence that includes one route on turf and five sprints on the main track. Here is a glance of the leading contenders and changes as of Saturday morning.

The fourth race is a six-furlong maiden race for fillies and mares.

Dhamma, a first-time starter trained by Bobby Frankel,and Sophisticatedbluff, a maiden after six races, are top contenders.

The fifth race is run over six furlongs for 3-year-old fillies entered to be claimed for $18,000 to $20,000. Validating, second in a $16,000 claimer on May 21 at Bay Meadows, makes her first start for trainer Mike Mitchell, who can be tough with first-time claims. Beasure, unraced since last fall, starts for the red-hot trainer Paul Aguirre.

In the sixth race, Bird in Spring is scratched, leaving 10 starters in a six-furlong maiden race for fillies and mares entered to be claimed for $22,500 to $25,000. The first-time starters Ballistic Angel and Ole Cheryl and the speedy Red Neck Lady are leading contenders.

Ther are no changes in the Cinderella STakes for 2-year-old fillies, the seventh race. Wacky Patty, the winner of the Nursery Stakes on May 11, is 5-2 on the morning-line, but must beat the impressive maiden winners Dirty Diana and Hot Weekend, and Yogi's Polar Bear, who was second in the Nursery.

There are only five starters in the eighth race, an allowance race on turf over 1 1-8 miles. Reel 'em In, the winner of an optional claimer on May 9 for trainer Jeff Mullins, faces Castle Gandolfo, who is winless in three starts in this country, and Maranilla, Bayou the Moon and Stormin' Heaven.

In the final race, David Neusch rides Soos Bells, a 12-1 longshot. The race is run over six furlongs for maiden fillies and mares entered for claiming prices ranging from $22,500 to $25,000. In a wide-open race, there will be support for La Shoruka, who is trained by Jack Carava, Gallant Cat, second in his last start, and She's Mischief, who will show speed.