Updated on 09/18/2011 1:31AM

Pick six carryover at $123,041

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INGLEWOOD, Calif. - No one hit the pick six on Saturday at Hollywood Park, so there is a carryover of $123,041 for Sunday's card, which is one of the more challenging of the meet.

Sunday's pick six begins on the fourth race, with a post time of 2:03 p.m. Pacific.

The fourth race has an eight-horse field, but the remaining five races have fields of 11 or more, and it's difficult to find a standout in most of them. Those seeking a single may gravitate to the sixth race, where the maiden Game of Skill stretches out following a fast, runner-up effort sprinting at Santa Anita's Oak Tree meeting.

Eastern invaders Grande Melody and La Mottie could be the ones to beat in the featured Audrey Skirball-Kenis Stakes for 3-year-old fillies on the turf, the day's eighth race.

Grande Melody was a powerful winner of a first-level allowance race at Keeneland last month in her United States debut for trainer Patrick Biancone. La Mottie was sixth against much tougher competition in the Grade 1 Garden City at Belmont Park on Sept. 9 in her U.S. debut. She twice placed in listed stakes in Great Britain earlier this year.