ELMONT, N.Y. &ndash; After two lackluster efforts to begin 2011, last year&rsquo;s Belmont Stakes winner, Drosselmeyer, returns to the scene of his greatest triumph Sunday, hoping to jump-start his career when he meets five rivals in the $60,000 One Count Stakes at Belmont Park.\r\nThe One Count, run at 1 1/4 miles, is a prep to the Grade 2, $150,000 Brooklyn Handicap here on June 10.\r\nDrosselmeyer upset the Belmont Stakes at 13-1 last June, but shortly thereafter went to the sidelines with ankle issues. He returned in the Challenger Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs on March 5, where he finished fourth, a performance trainer Bill Mott figured his horse needed. But in the Grade 3 Skip Away, Drosselmeyer ran a disappointing fifth, beaten seven lengths by S.S. Stone.\r\n&ldquo;I thought he&rsquo;d show a little bit more in the last one,&rdquo; Mott said. &ldquo;We thought he was going into the last race really well, I thought we had him pretty good. I&rsquo;m hoping the third time is the charm.&rdquo;\r\nJose Lezcano will ride Drosselmeyer from post 3.\r\nMott is also sending out Birdrun, who is the track record holder at this track for 1 1/16 miles (1:39.38). Though Birdrun has never run this far, Mott believes the distance &ldquo;could be favorable for him.&rdquo;\r\nButch Reid said he is looking to find out just how far Afleet Again wants to run. Last year, he won the Withers at Aqueduct going a mile, and finished fourth in the Travers, at 1 1/4 miles at Saratoga.\r\n&ldquo;We&rsquo;re going to find out this year how far this horse wants to run,&rdquo; Reid said. &ldquo;I don&rsquo;t think we ever got to the bottom of him last year.&rdquo;\r\nReid was happy with Afleet Again&rsquo;s second-place finish in a seven-furlong allowance race and also woldn&rsquo;t mind if the forecasted showers make it here in time to make for a wet track on Sunday.\r\nInherit the Gold had a five-race win streak snapped when he finished seventh, beaten 4 3/4 lengths in the $1 million Charles Town Classic on April 16.\r\n&ldquo;He showed me more in defeat than sometimes they do in victory&rdquo; trainer and part-owner Jim Hooper said. &ldquo;He got sort of a bad trip, different-style oval, everything stacked up against him, but he managed to make three huge urns during the race.\r\n&ldquo;I think the question mark is how much did the rigorous winter campaign take out of him,&rdquo; Hooper added. &ldquo;If he&rsquo;s the same horse, he&rsquo;ll get the mile and a quarter.&rdquo;\r\nAlma d&rsquo;Oro, who won the John Campbell Handicap at Laurel in February, and Maryland shipper Edgewater complete the field.