I'm a big advocate of using the same techniques in the field as you've practiced with extensively and feel comfortable with. If there's enough time for you to put tons of rounds downrange with that reticle, as well as practicing getting the power ring to the correct location as a matter of habit, that could certainly work.
But since you're already practiced with and are comfortable with turrets, it might be a bit late in the game to change things now for this season. There's nothing wrong with the durability/usability of turrets on the right scopes--but they certainly can be liabilities on some scopes. This is one reason I tend to lean toward tactical scopes as their turrets are generally a lot more "solid" as well as overall durability and tracking repeatability generally being better. I haven't used the Conquest target turrets so I can't tell you how I'd feel about them on such hunts (especially if horses will be in the picture).
However, I can recommend one feel OK with. In the same price range and power range you're considering, you should give the Weaver 3-15 tactical a look as it may be just what you're looking for. The turrets lock so it's virtually impossible for them to get moved accidentally. Excellent glass, tracking, etc, should be just like using your SS. I used one (actually the 4-20) quite a bit a few seasons back and my only complaints with it have been fixed on the new 3-15.