ELMONT, N.Y. &ndash; Not too long ago, handicappers would have scoffed upon learning there were four New York-breds entered in the Grade 1 Metropolitan Handicap at Belmont Park. But not only is one of the New York-breds the potential favorite for Monday&rsquo;s 119th renewal of the Met Mile, but it&rsquo;s difficult to readily dismiss any of the quartet&rsquo;s chances in the race.\r\nMEMORIAL DAY RACING: Stakes schedule, contender replays, and news updates &raquo;\r\nHaynesfield, Stormy&rsquo;s Majesty, Ibboyee, and Yawanna Twist were four of the 11 horses entered for Monday&rsquo;s $500,000 Met Mile, which appears to be one of the more wide-open editions of this prestigious dirt race. The quartet has combined to win 14 stakes &ndash; four of them graded &ndash; and have placed in nine other graded events. The Met is also the first &ldquo;Win and You&rsquo;re In&rdquo; race in North America this year. The Met Mile winner earns an automatic bid into the $1 &nbsp;million Breeders&rsquo; Cup Dirt Mile in November at Churchill Downs, which includes having their pre-entry and entry fees paid as well as receiving $10,000 in travel expenses.\r\nDespite his fourth-place finish as the 4-5 favorite in the Westchester here on April 30, Haynesfield could go off a lukewarm favorite in the Met Mile. In the Westchester, his first start in five months, Haynesfield raced too close to a hot early pace and retreated late, finishing 4 1/2 lengths behind upset winner Caixa Eletronica.\r\nStill, Haynesfield is 5 for 7 over Belmont&rsquo;s main track, including wins in the Grade 1 Jockey Club Gold Cup and Grade 2 Suburban last year. Haynesfield will break from post 8 under Ramon Dominguez.\r\nIbboyee and Yawanna Twist are the only two horses in the field not to have won a graded stakes. But Ibboyee, a son of multiple stakes winner Medallist, enters off narrow losses in the Sir Shackleton Handicap at Gulfstream in April and the Grade 2 Churchill Downs on May 7.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s a horse that we&rsquo;ve always liked,&rdquo; said Todd Pletcher, trainer of Ibboyee as well as Met Mile contenders Aikenite and Caixa Eletronica. &ldquo;Both of his races were very good this year. We&rsquo;re taking a shot, but we&rsquo;re taking a shot with a horse that&rsquo;s in good form and training really well.&rdquo;\r\nStormy&rsquo;s Majesty won the Grade &nbsp;3 Discovery last fall at Aqueduct. He has run two of his best races in one-turn mile races, including a restricted stakes victory on April 22 at Aqueduct in his first race in five months.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s matured very nicely, he&rsquo;s very strong right now,&rdquo; said trainer Dominic Galluscio, whose horse will break from post 2 under Edgar Prado. &ldquo;That little break was very good for him. He filled out so nicely.&rdquo;\r\nYawanna Twist has never won a stakes, but he has placed in four graded events, including a third-place finish in the Grade 1 Carter last month at Aqueduct.\r\nThe Met Mile field, from the rail out, is: Soaring Empire, Stormy&rsquo;s Majesty, Rodman, Aikenite, Caixa Eletronica, Yawanna Twist, Ibboyee, Haynesfield, Kensei, Tackleberry, and Tizway.\r\nWinter Memories tops Sands Point\r\nThe three-time stakes winner Winter Memories looms a short-priced favorite against five rivals in the Grade 2, $150,000 Sands Point for 3-year-old fillies going 1 1/16 miles over the inner turf course.\r\nWinter Memories, who won the Miss Grillo here last October, meets Naples Bay, who is 2 for 2 for Christophe Clement, and Arch Support, who finished second to her in the Miss Grillo. Mystical Star, Celestial Kitten, and Parting Words complete the field.