One Ruler has gone from 25/1 after the Racing Post Trophy to 8/1 without running again. He seems the strongest vibe of the lot and based on that you wouldn't fancy Master Of The Seas. The latter is looking weak in the betting for today's Craven, with the money coming for stablemate La Barrosa. Maybe the first time hood on Master Of The Seas is not helping confidence. Charlie Appleby said he was disappointed with Master Of The Seas in Ireland last year, where he felt the horse faded after being too keen early in the race. The colt was certainly pulling far too hard in Meydan last time, where Naval Crown took it from the front. Naval Crown was 2nd in the Free Handicap and Master Of The Seas is going to have to be a lot better today. Wembley looks an odd favourite and must be showing something at home to be heading Aidan's contenders at the top of the betting. Aidan has had a pretty crappy meeting thus far and his two in the Craven, Khartoum and Sandhurst, are pretty weak in the betting. If something doesn't happen for Aidan soon, his hand may start to look a bit more of a busted flush, rather than a Royal Flush. Chindit is favourite for the Greenham at Newbury on Sunday at 2/1 and he needs to win a moderate looking renewal in terms of strength in depth in order to throw his hat in with any authority. Alkumait is also entered and he had seemed to be progressing fast before a shocker in the Dewhurst. Looking back though, his Mill Reef win is 6 unplaced efforts from 6 subsequent runs and perhaps the 22 lbs rise for winning the Mill Reef was a bit generous in retrospect. There is money for him in the Greenham but the stable are quiet and 1/20, with their last winner in November, so a bit of a leap of faith for me there. The last three Guineas winners had won the Racing Post Trophy/Futurity and Mac Swiney would be going for the 4 timer but One Ruler was runner-up there and could be favourite to the trick instead of the Bolger horse, who seemed to improve for the mud at Doncaster.