Updated on 09/16/2011 8:10AM

Santa Anita carryover at $184,443


ARCADIA, Calif. - Six losing favorites in Saturday's pick six has created a carryover of $182,443 for Sunday.

Sunday's pick six covers the fourth through ninth races.

Here are the scratch time changes. In the fourth race, a turf sprint for maiden fillies and mares, Aim for the Moon does not race with blinkers. The field features 10 runners and is led by Script Girl, a first-time starter trained by Carla Gaines with blazing fast works. Aim for the Moon, a $260,000 yearling purchase, makes her first start for trainer Bill Spawr following two losses at Del Mar last year with Bob Baffert.

There were no scratch time changes for the fifth race, a sprint over 6 1-2 furlongs for $14,000 to $16,000 claimers. Big Bad Juan is the 5-2 morning-line favorite, shortening up from a mile. He drew the rail and was second at this level on March 31. Another that will be used on numerous tickets is Takehimtothelimit, who was second over six furlongs on March 20 in a $20,000 claimer.

There are no changes in the sixth race, a first-condition allowance race on the hillside turf course. Two winners over the course and distance - Devil's Horn and Solitario - will be well-backed. Devil's Horn won an allowance race for California-breds in February, while Solitario won a maiden race on March 3.

Another worth a look is Victoria Cross, a 4-year-old filly facing males who was stakes-placed in France last year.

In the seventh race, Sudden Bluff is scratched. Alma de Resero and Dr. Pingo race as geldings for the first time. Calcupbound will not race with blinkers.

Run over a mile for $25,000 claimers, the race has a potential standout in Power Wing, who was claimed in his last start by Jack Carava. Fin Entertainment makes a double-jump in class, having won a $16,000 claimer on March 9 when he was trained by Warren Stute.

Tough Men, who raced at Santa Anita and Hollywood Park last year, has arrived from Fair Grounds where he won a restricted $25,000 claimer in his last start on Nov. 29. He starts from the outside.

The eighth race is the $75,000 La Puente Stakes for 3-year-olds on turf.

Mountain Rage seks his fourth stakes win on turf, but must get past Johar, an impressive winner of an allowance race on March 9.

IN the finale, a six-furlong sprint for California-bred maiden claimers, Aim Slew, Ultro, Sam's Dusty, and He's Not a Stopper are scratched, leaving a place for A Real King, who will start from post 12. Weekend Binge, trained by Doug O'Neill and the mount of Felipe Martinez, is a lukewarm 7-2 morning-line favorite.

Longshot bettors may fancy first time starters such as Great Hall (trained by Paco Gonzalez), Billy'sDream (trained by Fabio Nor) or logical contender Sterling Wisdom (trained by Dan Hendricks.

Some tickets may take the easy route and just buy them all, but it takes a few bucks to play that way, especially on a card with a few wide-open divisions.