Ladbrokes ID23 – 3rd Round Of Rankings

Racing Queensland wishes to advise the latest rankings for the Ladbrokes Inter Dominion have been released today.

Please click here, to view the latest rankings, noting the following key updates:

Trotters Rankings:

1- Majestic Harry has been moved up one spot to 15th after his impressive win at Albion Park.

2- Victorian Arcee Phoenix advanced one position to 18th following a commendable second-place finish to Queen Elida in the Group 1 Bill Collins Sprint.

3- Anywhere Hugo made a notable jump from 41st to 34th after his strong win from a 30m distance in a heat of the SA Cup.

4- Local trotter, My Ultimate Eddie, climbed seven places to 43rd after delivering two powerful second-place finishes against open companies at Albion Park.

Pacers Rankings:

1- Act Now made a leap from 9th to 4th due to his remarkable victory in the Group 1 Victoria Cup, which is a part of the Australian Grand Circuit.

2- Local pacer, Future Assured, advanced 5 spots, moving from 27th to 22nd, following his impressive 1:51.6 Open win at Albion Park.

3- Demonstrating a return to his peak performance, Mach Da Vinci secured an outstanding victory in the Kevin Robinson Memorial with a time of 1:49.4 at Menangle. Consequently, he was elevated from 33rd to 28th.

4- WA pacers, Steel The Show and Tenzing Bromac, both climbed 4 spots to 34th and 35th respectively, after their strong performances in the James Brennan.

5- Deus Ex, a Queensland pacer, after successive victories followed by two second-place finishes in Albion Park Opens (behind Future Assured and Blacksadance), moved up from 45th to 36th.

6- Victorian Helluva continued to impress, securing a win in the Popular Alm FFA against Triple Eight. He subsequently jumped from 51st to 37th in the rankings.

7- NSW pacer, Our Money Rocks, after notable second-place finishes in both the Les Chant and Kevin Robinson FFA’s, was promoted in the rankings from 54th to 41st.

8- Aphorism maintained his top form in the Queensland Open ranks, leading to a rise from 61st to 50th.

9- Classie Washington, thanks to consecutive victories, made a significant jump from 75th to 63rd.