02/11/2008 1:00AM

Twin carryovers at Santa Anita


ARCADIA, Calif.- There are two carryovers for Monday’s program at Santa Anita - $173,821 in the pick six and $82,493 in the $1 super high five.

An upset win by Peace Pledge ($165.20) in Sunday’s 10th race assured that there would be carryovers in both bets.

Monday’s pick six covers the fourth through ninth races on a program that begins at 1 p.m. The pick six includes three one-mile turf races, two races around two turns and a maiden claimer for 3-year-old sprinters, the final race. The $1 super high five, which requires bettors to correctly select the first five finishers in correct order, is offered in the last race.

The first leg of the pick six is a $50,000 claimer for 4-year-olds fillies over a mile on turf. Bootleg Annie, who won 8 of 13 starts in Northern California and Arizona last year, makes her Santa Anita debutLe. Leading jockey Garrett Gomez has the mount. Marmaida, whose saddle has slipped in her last two starts, will be well-supported.

The fifth race is a one-mile maiden race for California-bred 3-year-olds. Indianski, second in a sprint for statebred maidens on Jan. 11, and Cloudbreaker, a close sixth in a maiden race against open company on Jan. 31, are the top contenders.

In the sixth race, Clued In and Saint Spot are scratched from a maiden race over a mile on turf. Oceanography and Hold Your Ground, second and third in a maiden race on turf on Jan. 12, will lead the betting. Two Tone Roan may set the pace.

There are nine runners in the seventh race, a $40,000 claimer over 1 1/16 miles. Gallardo, who won a $50,000 claimer at Hollywood Park on Dec. 7 and was sixth in an allowance race on Dec. 30, will be favored. Trainer Rafael Becerra has two starters – Anziyan’s Song, who was seventh in a $40,000 claimer on turf on Dec. 28, and James the Third, who was sixth in an allowance race on turf on Jan. 11. Both have run races on synthetic tracks in recent months that would make them competitive in this spot.

The eighth race is an optional claimer over a mile on turf. The recent maiden winner Wickednwackyingrid; Tropical Bid, a game second in an optional claimer on the hillside turf course last month; and Czechers, who was third in the Tiburon Stakes at Golden Gate Fields last month, are the top contenders.

The final race has the largest field of the day, 14 statebred maiden claimers running six furlongs.

Okie Dokey Petey, second in a maiden claimer on Jan. 19, will be fighting for the early lead. There are six first-time starters, including Cape Hatchet (trained by Art Sherman) and Jack Allen (Gary Sherlock). They come from stables that have done well with first-time starters.