The pre-determined order was created through a random ballot.
The Driver Draft will take place at Albion Park on Monday night and be broadcast live on Sky Racing 2.
Veivers – who will be driving in a Trot Rods finale for the first time in her career – is excited be a part of the “Driver Draft”.
“It is pretty cool,” Veivers said.
“It will be a hard one choosing drives but it is a good concept, I think. It will be pretty fun.”
Star interstate reinsman Cam Hart stole the prize from the local drivers behind Just Dessy in the 2022 finale of the popular series.
Top Victorian reinsman Herbertson will be aiming to do the same this year.
“It’s a great initiative really – we’re in a different state but each time it comes around we make sure we watch that Final night and try and catch the heats the few weeks before it,” Herbertson said recently.
“All the technology that they use, from a viewer’s point of view it’s a great insight into what we’re dealing with and all the little things that can go wrong and go right.
“It opens people’s eyes up that it’s not just jumping on and hitting the go button, there’s a lot of little things that go into it. It’s a really good initiative.”
Away from Trot Rods, Veivers has been pleased with how her 2023 campaign has progressed so far, driving mainly for her husband trainer Ryan.
Ryan has trained 20 winners so far while Dannielle has 17 to her name.
The team have a number of chances across the program at Redcliffe’s Friday afternoon meeting.
“We are going pretty good,” Dannielle said.
“We have got a number of new ones coming through the stable so we are just working them all out at the moment.”
Ahead of the Trot Rods finale evening, the Grant Dixon-trained and driven Aroda currently holds the fastest time of the series at 64.6 seconds, which was posted in the fifth heat earlier this month.
Hart and Just Dessy claimed last year’s series 63.46 seconds, the fastest sprint around Redcliffe ever recorded in the Trot Rods concept.
The Trot Rods series is raced over the unique 947-metre distance – one of the shortest in the world – with a $10,000 cash bonus and Otto Tuza 3 horse float on offer for the quickest lap across the 20 heats.