Those looking for a single in tonight's pick six, which has a carry-over of $19,509, might zero in on a Darley Stud Management-owned entry in the third.
Treasure Trove and Classic Impact, two 4-year-old Arabians, will race coupled in the $6,300 allowance at six furlongs and both are capable of winning the first leg of the pick six.
Trained by Felix Payne, Treasure Trove is unbeaten in two starts while Classic Impact, who is trained by Dean Frey, has won two of three.
The remaining five races in the pick six are all for quarter horses, including a $13,550 allowance at 350 yards featuring the Paul Jones-trained duo of Coup Of Corona and Loves That Gold.
The picks: 1. Missy One Forum. 2. Fragilistic. 3. Treasure Trove. 4. Sign N Dash. 5. Count On Tag. 6. Hustle The Shark. 7. Loves That Gold. 8. Hot Diggity Vet.
Four! Missy One Forum and Gin N' Tychonic in the first; Hope I Fly, Sowing Oats and Fragilistic in the second; the Treasure Trove-Classic Impact entry in the third and Tandoora Queen, Chick Alamode, Chavelita Miss and Sign N Dash in the fourth.
Shots in the dark: First For The Money gets jockey Ramon Sanchez for his local debut for trainer Dennis Ekins in the fifth. The Money Train has his claiming price halved in the eighth.
Post time: 7:15 p.m.
On the Net: For entries and results from Los Alamitos, visit: www.latimes.com/horseracing/