ELMONT, N.Y. - Haynesfield, one of the few potential Kentucky Derby prospects still stabled in New York, worked five furlongs in 1:03.07 on Monday morning at Belmont Park in preparation for a start in Saturday's $65,000 Count Fleet Stakes at Aqueduct.\nThe Count Fleet will be the first stakes for 3-year-olds to be run in New York in 2009.\nHaynesfield, a New York-bred son of Speightstown, is coming off a 5 1/4-length victory in the Damon Runyon Stakes on Dec. 7, his second consecutive victory. In the Damon Runyon, Haynesfield led from start to finish, ran a mile and 70 yards in 1:42.95 over Aqueduct's inner track, and earned a 101 Beyer Speed Figure.\n"He's doing well," said Toby Sheets, New York-based assistant to trainer Steve Asmussen. "We'll just cross our fingers and hope we can repeat."\nA small field is expected for the Count Fleet. Mike From Queens and Pitched Perfectly are the only other confirmed starters. Pressure Point, Aswaaq, and Land Grant are listed as possible.