16 January 2012 - The immediate racing future of star Bendigo trotter Will Trapper will be decided this morning. The 10-year-old was a late scratching from Saturday night’s Maori Mile at Bendigo because of swelling in his near-side hind leg.Trainer John Noonan will jog the horse this morning before deciding if his stable star will contest next Saturday night’s heats of the Inter-Dominion trotting series at Shepparton. If the horse is not 100 per cent, Noonan will not risk him in the the prestigious series. A winner of the Group One Bill Collins Mile three starts ago, Will Trapper was third favourite for the series before Saturday’s injury concern. In a surprise development, Harness Racing Victoria have announced the addition of an extra heat for this year’s Seelite Windows and Doors Inter Dominion Trotting Championship. The shock revelation coincides with the release of third and final rankings for the iconic series and will mean three preliminaries are run and won at Shepparton this Saturday night rather than two. The move is a genuine gesture of goodwill from the sport’s governing body in this state and will ensure 36 squaregaiters rather than 24 will get their chance at ID glory on February 4 at Melton. Reigning Inter Dominion king I Can Doosit heads final rankings for the trans Tasman Championship ahead of four-time Australian Grand Prix champion Sundons Gift.