06/25/2004 11:00PM

Pick six carryover reaches $177,552

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INGLEWOOD, Calif. - A one-day carryover of $177,552 from Saturday should result in a pool of more than $1 million on Sunday at Hollywood Park.

The pick six covers the fourth through ninth race on a program that begins at 1:20 p.m. There are no late scratches in Sunday's pick six races, which includes three turf races and three sprints on the main track.

The first pick six race, the fourth on the program, is a turf sprint for $55,000 to $62,500 claimers. In a field of seven, Boston Common is 9-5 on the morning-line, but must beat the gritty 9-year-old Full Moon Madness.

Boston Common is trained by Jeff Mullins, who will saddle Lunge in the fifth race, a sprint for 3-year-old fillies entered for claiming prices of $18,000 to $20,000. Two trainers having excellent meetings - Mike Mitchell and Marty Jones - start Andrea's Angel and Nandu, both top contenders.

The sixth race is an allowance race over 1 1-16 miles on turf for fillies and mares. Tangle, third in the La Canada Stakes earlier this year, will go favored. Bobby Frankel starts the promising La Scala.

In the seventh race, Buffy My Love and Marie's Rose are top contenders in a six-furlong allowance race for state-bred fillies and mares.

Moscow Burning and Noches de Rosa will dominate the betting in the $200,000 Beverly Hills Handicap over 1 1-4 miles on turf for fillies and mares. Both won graded stakes in their last starts.

Of course, the last race is for maiden claimers and has drawn a large field. Laker Girl is the 9-5 morning-line favorite, but she may be vulnerable after fading when leading in her last start. Take a Long Look, trained by Doug O'Neill, will attract support.