OZONE PARK, N.Y. &ndash; A few years ago, owner Roddy Valente and trainer Bruce Levine campaigned the talented but fragile New York-bred colt Bustin Stones through a 6-for-6 career capped by a victory in the Grade 1 Carter Handicap in April 2008.\r\nValente and Levine are back with the New York-bred filly Lots of Stones, who on Sunday seeks her sixth consecutive victory &ndash; from seven career starts &ndash; in an open company second-level allowance race at Aqueduct. Lots of Stones and Bustin Stones are not related.\r\nLots of Stones, a 4-year-old daughter of Strategic Mission, lost her career debut in a maiden $15,000 claiming race here in February but has reeled off five straight wins since. She went through her New York-bred conditions before winning an open first-level allowance race at Monmouth on Aug. 1.\r\nFollowing a four-month layoff, Lots of Stones returned to Aqueduct on Dec. 10 to win an open optional claiming race in which she was offered for the $35,000 claiming price. On Sunday, she is not offered for the optional $50,000 claiming tag.\r\nThough she only received a 69 Beyer Speed Figure for her last victory, Lots of Stones overcame a slow start and traffic before finding room at the eighth pole, splitting horses under Ramon Dominguez and charging to a 1 1/4-length victory.\r\n&ldquo;She threw her head at the start and then she ran into some traffic,&rdquo; Levine said. &ldquo;Ramon gave her a great ride.&rdquo;\r\nNoting that she has only raced six times and several for a claiming price, Levine said Lots of Stones has &ldquo;got her issues, trust me. She runs through them, but she&rsquo;s got them. She&rsquo;s pretty good right now. She&rsquo;ll probably get beat now that I say that, but she&rsquo;s doing good.&rdquo;\r\nSpina who finished fourth to Lots of Stones on Dec. 10 came back to win an open allowance on Dec. 30. She, along with Meridian Mama, a front-running winner at Suffolk three months ago, look to be the speed of the race.\r\nKarakorum Fugitive, who won an open allowance three starts back before getting drilled in a couple of New York-bred stakes, won her career debut sprinting over the inner track two years ago.\r\nLater on the card is a second-level optional claimer featuring Understatement, who just one year ago won the Evening Attire Stakes over the inner track with a 115 Beyer. Now offered for $50,000, Understatement has lost his last two starts since returning from a six-month layoff.