04/14/2006 11:00PM

Pick six carryover at $1,126,445


ARCADIA, Calif. - Santa Anita's pick six carryover has reached $1,126,445 for Sunday, after bettors went untouched for the third consecutive day on Saturday.

An upset victory by the maiden Tontine Too ($95.80) in Saturday's eighth race helped trigger the carryover. None of the six winners in Saturday's pick six were favored.

Sunday's pick six covers the fourth through ninth races, the final six races on the program. Several races feature large fields.

There were only minor changes for those races at Saturday's scratch time.

In the fourth race, a maiden claimer for sprinters, Souvenir Rose, the 7-2 morning-line favorite, will be treated with anti-bleeder medication for the first time. The race has drawn 14 entrants.

The fifth race has the smallest field of the pick six races - eight entrants - in a claiming race for 4-year-olds at 1 1-16 miles. Emperoroftheraces, who drew the rail, is the 3-1 morning-line favorite, but there will be support for Danzonette, Mysto's and Natural Phenomenon.

The sixth race is a maiden special weight for 3-year-old sprinters. Pippette, trained by Vladimir Cerin, is likely to go favored.

The $100,000 Las Cienegas Handicap for fillies and mares on the hillside turf course is the seventh race. The has drawn 12 entrants, but there may be some withdrawals if the race stays on turf.

Cambiocorsa, who is seeking her sixth consecutive win, has drawn the outside. Lock and Key deserves consideration in her second start in this country. She will be ridden by Alex Solis.

Fiorino of Sydney makes her U.S. debut in the race.

There are nine sprinters for the eighth race, for $22,500 to $25,000 claimers. Cronenbold, first or second in his last four starts, makes his first start since being claimed by Doug O'Neill on March 11. He may go favored.

There are 13 entrants in the last race, a maiden race at 1 1-8 miles on turf. Whoopi Again will run if the race is run on dirt. Papanonie, beaten a nose in a one-mile maiden race on turf on March 26, will go favored, but there will be support for Lemon Law, sixth and fourth in his first two starts.