01/19/2006 12:00AM

Santa Anita carryover at $847,509

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ARCADIA, Calif. - A string of upsets on Thursday has led to a massive two-day carryover of $847,509 for Friday's card at Santa Anita.

There was only winning favorite in Thursday's pick six, which had a consolation of $8,599.80 for tickets that had five of the six winners.

Friday's program begins at 1 p.m., with the first race in the pick six, the third race, due off at 2:04 p.m.

Here is a glance at the pick six races, with changes from Thursday's scratch time.

The third race, a sprint for $10,500 to $12,500 claimers, will have 11 starters. Mrs. C Fields and Five O'Clock have been withdrawn.

The race lacks a standout. Las Vegas Jitters takes a massive drop in class in her first start since September. Angel Baby takes a drop in class after two poor performances in the fall. Trainer Jeff Mullins starts Super Flo, who finished third in her first start against winners over seven furlongs at Hollywood Park in November.

There are no scratches from the fourth race, a $22,500 to $25,000 claimer over 1 1-16 miles. The race has 10 starters, with Fly Forrest Fly the 5-2 morning-line favorite. Trained by Mullins, Fly Forrest Fly was second against $32,000 claimers on Jan. 1. Derwin's Star, My Boy Joey and Tommyland will attract support.

The fifth race is for 3-year-old maiden claimers over 5 1-2 furlongs. Wilburs Mr. Ed is a non-runner. Diamond Sucker, trained by Bob Baffert, and Samurai Master, trained by John Sadler, will lead the betting. Both are dropping out of maiden special weight races.

The first of two feature races, the sixth race, is an allowance race for 3-year-olds over 1 1-16 miles. Bob and John, third in the Grade 1 Hollywood Futurity, is the 6-5 morning-line favorite against eight opponents. The race also drew Old Thunder, who has been unplaced in three graded stakes, and the promising maiden winners Sacred Light, Chadlington and Twisting Road.

There are 10 entrants in the seventh race, an allowance over a mile on turf. The race is essentially a stakes, featuring the stakes winners Del Mar Show, Capitano, Clipperdown, Fast and Furious, Geronimo, Rhythm Mad, and Uncle Denny and the stakes placed Crystal Castle, Terroplane, and Tobe Suave.

The last race is a seven-furlong sprint for $9,000 to $10,000. On the Reservation is scratched, leaving a field of 13. Kerwin John will ride Ranch Hand, a top contender. Many tickets will feature Gold Bankers Gold and Valid Again.