Your browser does not support iframes\r\nELMONT, N.Y. &ndash; When the connections of the California-based 3-year-old filly Turbulent Descent opted to concentrate on one-turn races, Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 1, $300,000 Acorn at Belmont Park was one of their primary objectives.\r\nTo listen to her connections, Turbulent Descent is ready to dazzle the East Coast fans when she heads a compact field of six set to run a one-turn mile in the Acorn, the first of six stakes to be run on Belmont Stakes Day.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s doing excellent,&rdquo; trainer Mike Puype said this week. &ldquo;I&rsquo;d be very disappointed if she wasn&rsquo;t in the winner&rsquo;s circle on Saturday.&rdquo;\r\nThough Turbulent Descent counts among her four stakes wins victories in the Hollywood Starlet and Santa Anita Oaks &ndash; both Grade 1 events around two turns &ndash; Puype said she is a superior one-turn horse.\r\n&ldquo;The fact that this filly has won two Grade 1&rsquo;s routing is just a testament to how great she is,&rdquo; said Puype, who trains Turbulent Descent for Scott Sherwood&rsquo;s Blinkers On Racing Stable and Bill Strauss.\r\nAfter winning the Santa Anita Oaks in March by a diminishing neck over Zazu, Puype devised a schedule that includes Grade 1 races like the Acorn and then a return trip to New York for the Grade 1 Test at Saratoga on Aug. 6.\r\n&ldquo;My only concern right now is that track is a beast,&rdquo; Puype said of Belmont&rsquo;s expansive 1 1/2-mile oval. &ldquo;She takes her game everywhere. I don&rsquo;t have any doubts that she&rsquo;ll like the track, but I have to leave a little bit of margin there. Any track can beat a horse, if they don&rsquo;t like it. It&rsquo;s a possibility, but it&rsquo;s not a probability because this filly is at the top of her game.&rdquo;\r\nTurbulent Descent, who breaks from post 2, will be ridden by David Flores. It is Flores&rsquo;s lone mount on the card.\r\nTurbulent Descent likes to have something to run at, and Savvy Supreme figures to make a nice target. Savvy Supreme, a half-sister to Commentator, will try a mile for the first time after winning twice going six furlongs.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;m hoping she takes after her brother,&rdquo; trainer Todd Pletcher said, noting that Commentator successfully stretched his speed out a distance of ground. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s a free-running filly. We&rsquo;ll see how far she can take it.&rdquo;\r\nPletcher also will run Her Smile, who was overmatched in the Kentucky Oaks but now cuts back to a one-turn mile, a distance at which she ran a solid second in the Grade 3 Comely at Aqueduct in April.\r\nVictoria&rsquo;s Wildcat brings a three-race winning streak into the Acorn, including a solid off-the-pace victory in the Grade 3 Eight Belles Stakes at Churchill Downs on Oaks Day.\r\n&ldquo;She was awesome that day, she won in hand, she got to the front and she pulled herself up,&rdquo; trainer Bob Hess &ldquo;The race prior, she was good; she fell down leaving the gate and it was a miracle she didn&rsquo;t rip her foot off. I think she&rsquo;s improving, and it&rsquo;s going to take another five lengths of improvement to run with Turbulent, but I think it&rsquo;s a possibility.&rdquo;\r\nIt&rsquo;s Tricky had a three-race winning streak snapped when she finished fourth in the Gulfstream Park Oaks. Cutting back to one turn, she could show speed early under Eddie Castro.\r\nSnow Fall, a minor stakes winner at Delaware Park, completes the field.