While the established stars understandably hold the spotlight on today's big Audemars Piguet programme, visitors get the opportunity to see two of our rising stars - Medic Power and Luckyme - while they are still in the lower grades. The Paul O'Sullivan-trained Medic Power ($14 favourite) has won his last four starts and will be an odds-on favourite to stretch that sequence to five in the third event, a Class Two sprint over 1,200 metres. Handicapper Nigel Gray and his team lifted Medic Power 12 rating points for his last win and he now sits comfortably in the middle of Class Two. Another win as easy as his recent ones will see him elevated straight into Class One, and that should hold no fears for him either. Medic Power is a son of Bertolini who, like the great Danehill, was a sprinting son of Danzig. Luckyme is a half-brother to Danacourt, runner-up in the 2006 Champions Mile behind Bullish Luck but unfortunately hasn't raced since due to injury. Luckyme, a son of the 2,400m galloper Chief Bearhart, has won three of his four starts for trainer Tony Cruz and is also moving fast up the ratings. He has been given 10 point rating increases for each of his last two wins, and today will shoulder 130 pounds after subtracting the two-pound allowance for Howard Cheng Yue-tin. Luckyme ($38 favourite) showed his readiness for competition with a brilliant gallop at Sha Tin on Thursday, beating smart sprinter Blue Genes by a ?-length and clocking 21.8 seconds for 400m.