OZONE&nbsp;PARK, N.Y. - Haynesfield, last year&rsquo;s Jockey Club Gold Cup winner, worked five furlongs in 1:03.41 Sunday morning over Belmont Park&rsquo;s training track. It was his third work since March 8 as his connections look toward a mid-to-late spring return to the races for the 5-year-old New York-bred.\r\nHaynesfield&rsquo;s training was hampered by weather this winter, which forced his connections to scrap a hoped for return in the Grade 1 Carter on April 9. Toby Sheets, assistant to trainer Steve Asmussen, said the Grade 1 Metropolitan Handicap at Belmont on May 30 is the race he would like to try and make, if timing permits.\r\n&ldquo;Once we get a little further along we&rsquo;ll make a decision,&rdquo; Sheets said. &ldquo;The time [off] did him good. He&rsquo;s come back very well. I don&rsquo;t know how, but he keeps getting bigger. I&rsquo;m glad to have finally gotten good weather so we can go ahead and train.&rdquo;\r\nRule by Night, who hasn&rsquo;t been out since winning an overnight sprint stakes by 9 1/4 lengths at Aqueduct in November, earning a 108 Beyer Speed Figure, worked five furlongs in 1:03.88 on Sunday morning at Belmont. It was his third work back since having a chip removed from a knee. Sheets said there is no race yet picked out for Rule by Night.\r\nMeanwhile, Sheets said Goombada Guska is being pointed to the Grade 3, $100,000 Excelsior here April 2. Goombada Guska was purchased privately by Harvey Weinstein&rsquo;s Turtle Bird Stable &ndash; the same owner as Haynesfield &ndash; following his victory in the Stymie on Feb. 26. He worked five furlongs in 1:02.22 on Sunday morning at Belmont.\r\nDominguez finishes with a flurry\r\nRamon Dominguez won 12 races from 36 mounts last week at Aqueduct to finish the inner track season with 112 victories from 344 mounts, a 32.55 winning percentage. With 46 races left to run over the inner track, Dominguez holds a 43-win lead over David Cohen. Dominguez is in Dubai this week and won&rsquo;t be riding at the Big A.\r\nThis will be Dominguez&rsquo;s fourth inner track riding title. In 2008-09, he won 124 races from 459 mounts, while in 07-08, he went 113 for 469. Last year, Dominguez won the title with 109 wins from 362 mounts.\r\nTrainer Todd Pletcher looks poised to win his second consecutive inner track trainer&rsquo;s title. He maintains a 36-29 advantage over Rudy Rodriguez, who does not have a starter on Wednesday or Thursday&rsquo;s card and only has two in on Friday.\r\nPletcher will likely have the favorite for Saturday&rsquo;s $100,000 Ladies Handicap with Quiet Giant, a winner of three consecutive inner track stakes. Quiet Giant is expected to be the starting highweight at 122 pounds against the likes of Potosina (117), R Betty Graybull (116) and State Treasure (115). C.C.&rsquo;s Pal (116), Cody Samora (113), and Miss Mockingbird (113) are possible.