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Here’s what he wrote this week: ‘Sometimes it's worth putting things in perspective. All of the outrage emanating from the decision to stall Eagle Farm's reopening is a bit rich.Then, in an effort to lay some of the blame for the plummeting TAB holds on the local product at the feet of the gallops, Fowler produced this little gem: As the self-anointed No 1 race-caller in Queensland – when it was really Alan Thomas before he retired and now Josh Fleming has taken over the mantle for SKY – Fowler must be seeing something through those binoculars of his that the stewards aren’t.If that’s the case perhaps the ‘Sergeant Schultz panel’ should call him in for some enlightenment.You just have to ask why little to nothing was done before QRIC was established and to think that the LNP Government was under pressure from some of its biggest financial backers to shut QRIC down if it gained Government.Of course Fowler, through his writings and campaigning on 4TAB (that needs to be stopped for conflict of interest reasons) has been one of the biggest critics of QRIC from Day One. After all as the supposed Chairman of the biggest Harness Club in Queensland should he not want to see the racing squeaky clean? But Fowler rambled on in that August column: “The environment of trot bashing was created a long time before the “match fixing” bombshell was launched by QRIC in April.