This will be possible by using a different technique to loop the repeater field data. Instead of using
the_repeater_field, you will need to use a more basic PHP aproach as demonstrated on this page:
See example – Taking a more basic PHP aproach.
After you have stored the value as a variable, but before the loop, you can randomize the rows like so:
shuffle( $gallery )
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