INGLEWOOD, Calif. &ndash; Three optional claimers and three maiden races comprise the pick six races at Hollywood Park on Thursday that begins with a carryover of $95,807 from Sunday. Just getting past Thursday&rsquo;s third race, an optional claimer for 2-year-old fillies over 5 1/2 furlongs, will be tricky enough for bettors.\r\nThe field of six features four fillies who have stakes experience this year, but the two who do not &ndash; Farallon and Teroda &ndash; will also attract support. Bellofthebridle has the best stakes form, with two placings here in the summer for trainer Walther Solis.\r\nFarallon won a maiden claimer at Golden Gate Fields by 8 1/2 lengths on Aug. 26 and has since been transferred to trainer Doug O&rsquo;Neill. Teroda led throughout a maiden special weight race over 6 1/2 furlongs on Nov. 7, her second start for trainer John Sadler.\r\nThrough the pick six, races 3 through 8, there are fields of six, eight, six, nine, seven, and nine entrants.\r\nThere are three first-time starters in the fourth race, a maiden claimer over five furlongs for 2-year-old fillies. The class-dropper Gladiatrix will attract ample attention. Trained by Bob Baffert, Gladiatrix was seventh in a maiden special weight race on Oct. 15, leading to early stretch over 6 1/2 furlongs.\r\nThe longest race of the day is the fifth, an optional claimer over 1 1/2 miles on turf. Imponente Purse, a stakes winner over 1 1/2 miles on turf in Brazil last year, seeks his first win in the United States in his sixth start in this country. Dynamic Range, a winner over turf marathon in August, will be backed.\r\nThe sixth race is the third division of a maiden claimer for 2-year-old fillies over five furlongs. The first division is the second race. In the sixth race, bettors may have to spread their selections, although Don&rsquo;t Tell Me That, fifth and third in her first two starts, and the first-time starters Chana Girl and Offlee Cute merit respect.\r\nThere are seven statebred female sprinters in an optional claimer over six furlongs in the seventh race. U Turn Me Crazy, who won a race at this level on Nov. 25, makes a quick turnaround for trainer Peter Miller, but this time is entered for a $25,000 claiming price.\r\nIn the eighth race, Absolutlypositivly, Circa&rsquo;sgoldengear and Hittheroadrunning will dominate the betting in a maiden turf race.