The decision means that, for a trial period from October 1 until the end of the season, the number of weight-for-age novice, beginners' and maiden chases is being slashed by up to 20 per cent, while in another radical move all horses must run in at least one weight-for age chase prior to appearing in handicap company.
What does WFA stand for?
WFA stands for Weight-For-Age
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These studies included data about the average weight-for-age status of children relative to healthy U.
She received 8lb from the third, Snow Fairy, and 11lb from the fourth So You Think, who were beaten five lengths and just over five lengths, due to the generosity of the weight-for-age (WFA) system, which offers three-yearolds a huge advantage at this time of year.
Byline: Tony O'Hehir THE International Federation of Horseracing Authorities has decided to set up a sub-committee to carry out an in-depth analysis of the weight-for-age scale.
You know the process by now: three-year-old wins top all-aged race, three-year-old is acclaimed as high class, entire three-year-old crop is mooted as better than average, weight-for-age scale comes under scrutiny.