06/30/2006 11:00PM

Pick six carryover at $171,200


INGLEWOOD, Calif. - The pick six will have a carryover of $171,200 for Sunday's 11-race program at Hollywood Park, a day in which the track has guaranteed the pool will be at least $1 million.

Thanks to the carryover, reaching that figure should not be a problem.

A string of mid-priced longshots on Saturday ensured the carryover. Sunday's pick six covers the final six races of a stakes-filled program.

The sixth race is an allowance race for 3-year-olds at 1 1-16 miles. The field of 10 includes Tatsuji, who makes his first start since winning a maiden race at Santa Anita in impressive style.

The seventh race is an optional claimer at 7 1-2 furlongs. Swiss Address tries for his third consecutive win in a tough race.

The eighth race is the American Oaks and begins a three-race span of stakes. Attima, the winner of the Honeymoon Breeders' Cup Handicap last month, will be favored in the American Oaks, run at 1 1-4 miles on turf for 3-year-old fillies.

The ninth race is the $300,000 Triple Bend Handicap at seven furlongs. In a field of 10, Battle Won, Siren Lure and Trickey Trevor are top contenders in a tough field.

The $100,000 Flawlessly Stakes is the ninth stakes. Silly Little Mama, who won the Manhattan Beach Stakes at 5 1-2 furlongs on turf in May, will try to stretch her speed to a mile on turf.

The final race is a sprint at 6 1-2 furlongs for California-bred maidens. There are 14 entrants. Dr. Sinatra, who topped the 2004 CTBA Del Mar yearling sale at $250,000, makes his career debut.

The first-time starter Snow Fighter drew the outside post. Trained by Art Sherman, who has an outstanding record with first-time starters, Snow Fighter has worked quickly at Bay Meadows in recent months.

Dr. Sinatra and Snow Fighter must beat Marquis Form, Sixcess, and Yenisey River, who have run well in maiden races in recent starts.