The pathetic lack of information and transparency contained in QRIC stewards reports and internal reviews is a stain on the industry.
Compare QRIC's scant detail in all cases to what is offered to participants and the public on every other state. The Nathan Day case highlights what has been going on for years under the jackbooted QRIC administration. Why the paranoia and secrecy?
Until QRIC was formed, all stewards reports, appeals etc contained detailed transcripts of evidence, findings etc. That was good enough for more than 100 years (and still is for everywhere else in Australia) so why have the shutters come down on transparency?
I cannot understand why industry bodies (Trainers Assn, Jockeys Assn, Press) and the public at large do not actively agitate for full details/transcripts etc to be included in all QRIC decisions.