Updated on 09/16/2011 7:48AM

Pick six carryover reaches $171,548

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INGLEWOOD, Calif.-There is a pick six carryover of $171,548 for Sunday's program at Hollywood Park after favorites failed to win any of the pick six races on Saturday.

Sunday's 10-race program includes the $750,000 Hollywood Gold Cup, the richest race of the meeting, and a $1 million guaranteed pick six pool, which should be easily reached with the additional lure of the carryover.

The winners of Saturday's pick six races were Osho ($22.80), Real Paranoide ($28.60), Golden Hare ($13.40), Symph ($10.80), Honesty Darling ($15.60) and Suave Meteorite ($7.40).

Sunday's pick six covers the fifth through 10th races and begins with the Gold Cup, which has seven runners. Milwaukee Brew, the winner of the Santa Anita Handicap and Californian Stakes this year, is be the 8-5 morning-line favorite, but there will ample support for the frontrunning Sky Jack, who is listed at 9-5.

The sixth race is for maidens over 5 1-2 furlongs on turf. Call Back Jack and Mystic Sword are scratched, leaving a field of 11. Pacific Colony, trained by Bob Baffert, is the 9-5 morning line favorite and is likely to be much shorter by post time.

In the seventh race, an allowance race for 3-year-olds over seven furlongs, Luna Joe is scratched.

The race has eight runners with plenty of contenders, including The Mobile Man (5-2), Stoney (3), Public Domain (7-2) and Black Bart (9-2). Iggy Puglisi will ride Ride and Shine.

Jordi Moi and Martiniquais are scratched from the eighth race, run over 1 1-16 miles on turf for $35,000 to $40,000 claimers. Dream Weekend (5-2 on the morning-line) heads a wide-open field.

The ninth race is the $200,000 A Gleam Handicap for fillies and mares over seven furlongs. Kalookan Queen is the 5-2 morning line favorite, but is likely to be a shorter price at post time. She faces several logical challengers, including Irguns Angel, Rolly Polly, Secret Liaison and Song of Summer. Eddie Delahoussaye will ride Irguns Angel.

In the finale, a maiden race for fillies and mares over 1 1-16 miles on turf, Bourgeoisie and C'est Lulu are scratched. Chapeau, Free Question and Violins are expected to dominate the betting.