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    KIWI pacer Forgotten Highway has been the biggest mover in the latest round of Inter Dominion rankings. Released by Harness Racing Victoria this morning,... Kiwi pacer a major Inter rankings mover

    KIWI pacer Forgotten Highway has been the biggest mover in the latest round of Inter Dominion rankings.

    Released by Harness Racing Victoria this morning, the second list has seen five pacers scratched, with Tact Tate the most notable absentee.

    Ranked 12th during the first round, Tact Tate has been withdrawn from the Championship as a result of his sale to American interests.

    Ultimate Art is the other well-ranked scratching after sitting at 23.

    Of the 99 prospects remaining, Chicago Bull is perched at the top of the table for Western Australian horseman Gary Hall.

    Runner-up in last season’s Perth Inter Dominion, Chicago Bull had his winning streak broken at nine when second behind Tiger Tara in last weekend’s Victoria Cup.

    As a result of his Grand Circuit triumph Tiger Tara has moved from three to two, swapping places with rising star Let It Ride.

    Winner of his last six starts, Let It Ride has been spelling since capturing Group One The Blacks A Fake at Albion Park in July.

    There are no other changes to the top 10, which includes Our Dream About Me, Cruz Bromac, Shadow Sax, A Gs White Socks, Franco Nelson, Ameretto and Star Galleria.

    Shadow Sax and Ameretto are the only locals on the list.

    As mentioned earlier, Forgotten Highway has been the biggest mover in the latest release on the strength of solid New Zealand form.

    Originally ranked well outside of the cut-off at 66, the son of Bettor’s Delight is nicely placed within the zone at 26.

    Third in the New Brighton Cup on September 14, Forgotten Highway has been an eye-catching second during his next two starts, including last Sunday’s Methven Cup won by Cruz Bromac.

    Following his win in Melton on Victoria Cup night, Cash N Flow has also moved from the outer to the inner realm.

    Successful in the free-for-all for New South Wales trainer Craig Cross, Cash N Flow has jumped from 52 to 27.

    Third round rankings are scheduled to be announced on October 31, with the fourth and final rankings set down for November 21.

    To be conducted under the traditional format of three heats and a Final, the Inter Dominion – returning to Melbourne after a decade-long hiatus – is due to begin on December 1, with the Final set down for December 15.

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