Each-Way Thief: Blue Collar Glory a working class hero at Market Rasen

Planet Sport are back with our each-way picks that are enough to have odds-on fiends sweating. We’ve meaty odds tips at Market Rasen, Newcastle and Wincanton on Thursday, November 18.

Bruce Springsteen is the blue collar singer who sang about being born to run. While Planet Sport's first pick isn't quite a working class hero yet she can do punters a favour in Lincolnshire.

14.55 Market Rasen - Blue Collar Glory

Oliver Greenall's Blue Collar Glory is as consistent as quicksand, hence the monster price.

Yet the four-year-old boasts reasonable speed figures and a bumper win at Worcester in June.

A third at Exeter on her penultimate start shows the filly can run into the places when on her game.

Blue Collar Glory might not have been born to run but can place better than her odds here.

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Elsewhere, in the 13.07 at Newcastle, Permission Granted was a clear winner for Rose Dobbin last time out and can do well at a price in the Toon.

Wor Verge can likewise do the business in the 15.07 after a couple of seconds for Susan Corbett.

In the 13.45 at Wincanton, Cool Stone can improve over hurdles for the in-form Alan King yard at tasty odds.

Last but not least, keep an eye out for Amelia's Dance in the 15.50 at Wincanton, a consistent sort who is knocking on the door of a win for Robert Walford and can get ahead of her odds.

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