OZONE PARK, N.Y. &ndash; Stop us if you&rsquo;ve heard this one before: Ramon Dominguez appears poised for a big afternoon Thursday as he rides contenders in every race, including six morning-line favorites.\r\nOne of the favorites he doesn&rsquo;t ride is Hot Danger, the 2-1 choice over six rivals in race 8, a $41,000 first-level allowance for 3-year-old New York-bred fillies at a mile and 70 yards.\r\nHot Danger was pinched back at the break and rallied five wide in her sprint debut for Gary Contessa, and then stretched out for a two-turn maiden victory three weeks later under Eddie Castro, who has the return call.\r\nCastro had to tap on the brakes with Hot Danger nearing the stretch when a rival out-moved them on the outside, but she rebroke to take command in the stretch and drew clear despite lugging in a bit greenly from right-hand pressure.\r\n&ldquo;[Mike] Luzzi put her in tight behind heels, which is what he was supposed to do,&rdquo; Contessa recalled of the eventual runner-up, Lady On the Run. &ldquo;When a young horse gets stopped like that at the three-eighths pole, you&rsquo;re never quite sure what will happen, but she overcame adversity. She seemed in her training like she would handle two turns, and I thought, &lsquo;If she&rsquo;s ever going to get two turns, this is the right group.&rsquo; She&rsquo;s trained well since then, too, so maybe we&rsquo;ll get lucky again.&rdquo;\r\nSocial Statement, the 3-1 second choice with Dominguez, stumbled badly at the start when claimed by Rick Dutrow Jr. back on Dec. 8. Three starts earlier, she earned this field&rsquo;s top Beyer Speed Figure wiring an off-the-turfer at Belmont Park.\r\nFortheloveof Anna, Life&rsquo;s Measure, Nice Stuff and Nice Stuff emerge from last-out victories. Nice Stuff is trained by Bruce Brown, who also sends out Kitty&rsquo;s Thunder, claimed from a wide trip on Calder turf.\r\nLady Maureen, in the money seven of eight sprints, stretches out for Dominic Galluscio.\r\nThe day&rsquo;s two richest races &ndash; a $43,000 maiden special-weight mile (race 3), and a $42,000 starter allowance mile (race 7) &ndash; were both originally scheduled for last Friday. Dominguez rides the morning-line choice in each: Smokin&rsquo; Cat in race 3; and Indian Blossom in race 7.\r\nThe six older maidens in race 3 sold for $3,165,000 million combined, with Bakhoor and Savannah Bay topping the list at $1.2 million apiece.