Turbulent Descent&rsquo;s win in the Grade 1 Santa Anita Oaks last Saturday will be her last start around two turns for the foreseeable future. Trainer Mike Puype has the $150,000 Beaumont Stakes over about seven furlongs at Keeneland on April 17 as a potential next start for Turbulent Descent, who will be pointed to the major stakes for 3-year-old fillies in New York this summer.\r\nPuype said he would solidify plans after talking with Scott Sherwood of Blinkers On Racing, part of the partnership that owns Turbulent Descent.\r\n&ldquo;The Beaumont Stakes at Keeneland is an option,&rdquo; Puype said. &ldquo;That&rsquo;s the kind of race we&rsquo;d be looking for.&rdquo;\r\nA race such as the Kentucky Oaks over 1 1/8 miles at Churchill Downs on May 6 is not a consideration at this point, he said. There is concern that Turbulent Descent will have trouble with races beyond 1 1/16 miles, the distance of the Santa Anita Oaks.\r\nA winner of 4 of starts and $528,350, Turbulent Descent won the Santa Anita Oaks by a neck over Zazu, after leading by two lengths at the eighth pole.\r\n&ldquo;She may have pulled herself up making the lead,&rdquo; Puype said. &ldquo;She got it done. A lot of good horses don&rsquo;t win three graded stakes in their first five starts.&rsquo;\r\nZazu beat Turbulent Descent in the Grade 1 Las Virgenes Stakes over a mile last month.