OLDSMAR, Fla. &ndash; Musical America will look to improve to 2 for 2 on turf when he meets winners for the first time in the featured ninth race on Saturday&rsquo;s 10&#45;race card at Tampa Bay Downs, a first&#45;level, $22,500 allowance. The one&#45;mile race, which includes an optional $75,000 claiming condition, drew a full field of 10 3&#45;year&#45;olds, plus one horse on the also&#45;eligible list.Musical America, a homebred for the Lael Stables of Roy and Gretchen Jackson, finished sixth at Laurel Park in September in his career debut, a sprint on the main track, but took a huge step forward in his first start on grass Dec. 30 here. The colt stalked the pace in a $20,250 maiden special weight race going 1 1/16 miles and drew off for a 5 1/4&#45;length victory. The 75 Beyer Speed Figure he earned stands out in Saturday&rsquo;s field.Musical America has the pedigree to be a star. He&rsquo;s a son of the successful sire Malibu Moon, whose offspring includes 2013 Kentucky Derby winner Orb, and was produced by the Real Quiet mare Pussycat Doll. That mare won seven of 17 career starts, earned $797,183, and scored Grade 1 victories in the 2005 La Brea Stakes, 2006 Humana Distaff, and 2007 Santa Monica Handicap. She never raced on turf, but her foals are 5 for 14 on grass and include Aquaphobia, who won the $50,125 Stanton Stakes on the Delaware Park turf last June. Like Musical America, Aquaphobia is trained by Arnaud Delacour, who is having another strong meet here, with six wins from 24 starters and 14 of those runners finishing in the money.Race 9KEY CONTENDERSMusical America, by Malibu MoonBeyers: 75&#45;51◗ He&rsquo;s turned in two workouts since his maiden victory and retains leading rider Daniel Centeno, who has won with 17 of his 57 mounts for Delacour here since the start of 2016, with a $2.04 return on investment. Delacour has especially strong numbers with horses coming off a victory, having won with 24 of his last 71 such starters (34 percent) for a healthy $2.52 ROI.Kit Check, by Harlan&rsquo;s HolidayLast 3 Beyers: 67&#45;51&#45;29◗ He&rsquo;s been gelded since rallying for third, beaten a neck, behind Muggsamatic in an optional claimer here Dec. 16. The fourth&#45; and sixth&#45;place finishers, Queen Del Valle and Downtownbigbrown, returned to win their next starts, as did the runner&#45;up from Kit Check&rsquo;s maiden win on the Hawthorne turf course in November, Little Ike. Muggsamatic is well regarded by trainer Kathleen O&rsquo;Connell and is being pointed to a turf stakes for Florida&#45;breds later in the meet.My Bariley, by Mizzen MastLast 3 Beyers: 69&#45;53&#45;37◗ He&rsquo;s run two good races on turf at this meet, winning a maiden special weight race and then finishing second, beaten a neck by 2&#45;5 favorite Profiteer, after leading in the stretch of a race at this level Jan. 4.