This answer gives pretty good evidence that in a table with multiple columns, zebra stripes are the most effective way to make it easy to see which rows are which in the table. Sometimes in tables, we offer drag-and-drop to reorder whole rows, and there are a few existing questions on visual cues for that.
The two features don't really interact well, because dropping a row potentially changes the colour of the dropped item and all the items between the old and new locations. This might make it visually confusing to see the result of the reordering, and disrupt the user's mental connection between the colour and the row.
Is there a way to get the same benefit of zebra stripes without making drag-and-drop awkward? I'm happy with a completely different technique if it's shown to work as well, or with a refinement to the stripes or drag-and-drop cues that avoid the problem without losing the benefit, or even with some evidence that it's not a problem in the first place.