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Andreas Schütz

Racing Digest - February 16, 2014

Expensive four-year-old Vanilla broke away riderless pre-race for the second time in a fortnight and set trainer Caspar Fownes a puzzle to get him to the Derby.

Sunday, 16 February, 2014, 10:38pm

Genki Twins' turnaround form has Schutz hopeful of a dream Derby start

It might seem late in the day to be producing Hong Kong Derby hopes, but trainer Andreas Schutz is holding onto the dream that Genki Twins can make the classic grade after turning his form around at almost 50-1 to win yesterday.

13 Feb 2013 - 6:38am

Honey King Prawn is another tasty dish

Andreas Schutz has a promising horse in his yard after Honey King Prawn gave a good sight to come out second best behind exciting Happy Era in a Class Three over 1,4000m on a good-to-yielding surface on Sunday.

27 Nov 2012 - 1:54am

It's been a long time between drinks for troubled seven-year-old

Andreas Schutz finally got Istide back into the winner's enclosure after two years without success, but the trainer believes the seven-year-old's back problems will continue to limit his performances. Istide fought back under a nice ride from Keith Yeung Ming-lun to beat Champion Mount in a Class Four over 1,600m, the horse's first win since May 23, 2010.

28 May 2012 - 12:00am

Handy Chadwick notches a double

It paid to be handy at Happy Valley last night on a track favouring front-runners and Matthew Chadwick, not a stranger to aggressive riding tactics, made the most of the conditions with a winning double.

10 May 2012 - 12:00am

Elegance justifies Moore's faith

There were high hopes for Elegance Klammer when he arrived in John Moore's stables, but after the much-maligned galloper won the Japan Racing Association Trophy at Happy Valley last night, the trainer was simply relieved the import's owner had stuck solid and not taken the horse from him.

3 May 2012 - 12:00am

'When things go right for him, he can run a race'

Most trainers just want their horses to relax in the parade ring, but Andreas Schutz would love to see Empire City rev-up a little more pre-race. The five-year-old got a good gate and a nice ride from Umberto Rispoli helped produce a 35-1 upset, punters backing the horse in from as much as 50-1.

30 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

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