The brilliant Medic Power faces his toughest task after coming up with barrier 13 in today's $2.3 million The Premier Bowl but, he will only need an ounce of luck to extend his winning sequence to seven. The Paul O'Sullivan-trained gelding was the sprinting find of last year in zipping through his classes with six wins in succession, including a dazzling display last start when winning in track record time. While the performance was the quickest 1,200 metres ever run at Sha Tin, stopping the clock at 1:07.07 seconds, the incredible part was that the Bertolini gelding appeared to go to the line with plenty in reserve under Brett Prebble. Following the success, O'Sullivan gave Medic Power a spell and the signs since his return have been very positive. Medic Power lined up in a trial on October 2 and basically towed Prebble to an easy victory, with the five-year-old never being let off the bit, yet still recording the decent time of 59.0 seconds for the 1,000m heat. While the barrier is far from ideal, Prebble is likely to give Medic Power time to find his feet in the early stages and provided he can find cover in the run he should yet again prove too good. While Sunny Power is unlikely to reach the heights of Medic Power, there is a good case to suggest he could upset the favoutite under these circumstances. The Francis Lui-trained gelding resumed six-week ago and showed terrific fight under pressure to capture the Chief Executive's Cup. It was only the fifth time Sunny Power had raced over 1,200m and his record now reads four wins and a two-length second to Medic Power on April 29. While Medic Power easily held Sunny Power on that occasion, the difference this time around is a five-pound swing at weights in favour of the latter and he should get all the favours in the run after coming up with gate one. Absolute Champion may have been shunned by the early punters but the champion sprinter can't be treated lightly as he is only giving Medic Power seven pounds after the claim for Marco Chui Kwan-lai. The David Hall-trained gelding won this event last year under 111 pounds and the 15-pound increase doesn't look too harsh given he has been beaten just once in over a year, and then only narrowly to straight course specialist and HK$20 million earner Scintillation from Danny Shum Chap-shing's stable. The six-year-old resumes after having arthroscopic surgery to both fore fetlocks but he looked the goods when taking out an October 6 trial at Happy Valley when never let go by Prebble. Danacourt, making his debut for the John Moore stable, is the query runner of the event. He resumes after having a stress fracture to his off-fore cannon bone as well as a suspensory ligament injury. He raced too fresh in an October 9 trial behind Elegant Win and kept on soundly but it's hard not to think the six-year-old will likely take this outing - his first for 532 days.