04/11/2002 12:00AM

Santa Anita carryover at $462,042


ARCADIA, Calif. - There is a double carryover in the pick six on Friday at Santa Anita for the third time at the winter-spring meeting.

Bettors failed to hit correctly solve the puzzle on Thursday, resulting in a carryover of $462,042. Few tickets made it past the second leg on Thursday, which was won by Crimson Policy ($53.40).

Friday's nine-race program begins at 3 p.m.; the pick six begins with the fourth race. Here are the scratchtime changes for Friday's pick six races and a look at some of the entrants.

In the fourth race, Summer Daydream and Classical Star are scratched from a sprint over 5 1-2 furlongs for maiden claimers. Victor Espinoza replaces Paul Atkinson on Tudi Cielo.

The first-time starter Marquet Order is the morning-line favorite, an indication of the lack of form of the ones with starts.

There are no changes in the fifth race, a sprint on the hillside turf course for 3-year-old fillies. Carinae, a disappointment in her first two starts in the U.S., faces Miss Guts, who is on a three-race winning streak, and Caroline Island, who has been second in two starts this year.

In the sixth race, Bingo Ball will not wear blinkers. Another sprint for maiden claimers, the field is led by Cee's Due, who makes his debut for trainer Julio Canani. Cee's Dude was claimed in April 2001 for $40,000 and has yet to return. Baltoro, trained by Paco Gonzalez, will be well-supported.

He was eighth in a maiden race for turf sprinters in his last start after setting the pace for the first half of the race.

In the seventh race, Con Spirito races without blinkers. He makes his first start for trainer Simon Bray. A one-mile turf race for California-bred fillies and mares, the cast includes the recent maiden winner Test the Waters and Mabel Kent, who was third at this level on March 21.

There are no changes in the eighth race. Seream starts for trainer Joshua Litt, having been claimed for $10,000 on March 27. She could give jockey Iggy Puglisi his first win since returning from injury in a one-mile race for $10,500 to $12,500 claimers. Missionairess and My Sweet Lucy, who are dropping, and Emerald Monique, a winner of April 3, will be short prices.

In the ninth race, The Kind You Need, Jewel Case, World of Fun and Judy's In Style are scratched. Greeley Creek will be favored. She was second against $40,000 claimers on March 6 and runs forr $32,000 in this maiden race over 5 1-2 furlongs.