A repeater simply listens on one frequency, and retransmits what it receives on another frequency. If one repeater happened to listen on the frequency another was transmitting, theoretically you could exploit this to extend your range in one direction at least.
Unfortunately as a user you have no control over these frequencies. To avoid interference with each other, repeater operators usually coordinate to not use the same frequencies. Some jurisdictions legally require this coordination.
It is possible to link repeaters through the internet (this is how Echolink works) or though a point-to-point microwave link. Some clubs operate networks of repeaters in this way. They may be linked all the time or require some user command to bring up the link. This however does require deliberate setup on the part of the repeater owner.
So unless the owner(s) of the repeaters in question have cooperated to link the repeaters though some means, unfortunately you can not use one repeater to hit another. Your best bet is to find the owner of the repeaters you can hit, see if they have any documentation on what links they provide, and if no such documentation exists contact them and inquire.