Dr. David Lambert B.V.Sc.(Hons.), M.R.C.V.S
President / Founder
Dr. Lambert has more than 30 years experience providing consulting services to industry leading owners and breeders. Considered a leader in equine sports physiology, Dr. Lambert began his career studying the Herring-Brauer reflex at Cornell University. He then went into private practice and worked with the United States Equestrian team.
Dr. Lambert would go on to found Equine Analysis Systems in 1987, focusing the company on thoroughbred performance evaluation and consultancy. Dr. Lambert holds a Bachelors Degree with Honors in Veterinary Science from Liverpool University and is a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgery. He is also a Member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners.
Dr. Mikael Holmstroem, DVM PhD
Dr. Holmstroem has been a frequent speaker at international conferences on horse physiology and horse locomotion since 1996. He has published multiple papers on the subject and was featured recently in Equine Locomotion.
Dr. Holmstroem is also the chief developer of Fotoselect® His current research is focused in the field of phenotypic heritability. He holds both a Doctorate and PhD in Veterinary Medicine from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. He is also an accomplished mathematician and programmer.
Chief Executive Officer
Matt is a local native to Lexington Kentucky and fell in love with thoroughbred racing as a teenager when he would regularly attend race meetings at Keeneland to handicap and wager local races. Matt joined Equine Analysis in 2014 after working at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital for 10+ years as an equine technician. Matt gained valuable experience in equine medicine including biosecurity, lameness, nuclear scintigraphy, MRI, and radiology which, combined with his degree in Computer Science, made him a perfect fit for the EA team. .
Since Matt has joined EA, he has assisted in developing testing protocols and deriving new algorithms through data analytics that have led to an increased understanding of equine physiology in elite thoroughbred athletes. In January of 2020 Matt was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Equine Analysis. Matt currently lives in Lexington Kentucky with his wife Stephanie and their three daughters.
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Rachel moved to Lexington, KY to attend the University of Kentucky where she developed an interest in racing. While attending school, Rachel took an internship position with Equine Analysis, assisting with both technical and office tasks. Upon graduation, she earned a fulltime position with the company as a veterinary assistant. Quickly recognized as valuable member of the team, Rachel was promoted to Senior Technician in 2019, helping coordinate farm visits, training new staff, and streamlining technical procedures.
As Operations Manager, Rachel helps to maximize day-to-day efficiency in all aspects of operations and improve organizational processes.
Passion, integrity, and accountability were among the many things that were inspired by the horsemen in Andreu’s family. Starting his career on Santa Anita’s backside working for Breeders Cup Turf Sprint winning trainer Mike Puype, he then branched out to working for Jennifer Page in the Horse Identification office for Santa Anita, Los Alamitos, and Del Mar. During his time spent on the track Andreu quickly sought out to understand, more in depth, the foundation of thoroughbreds, which prompted his move to Kentucky and employment at Coolmore thanks to the guidance of his mentors Alex Solis II and Jason Litt. Redefining his knowledge of the industry through the guidance of the Coolmore staff in America, Ireland, and Australia, he experienced all the different facets of the business from breeding, foaling, early development, and sale preparation at the world class operation. During his time with Coolmore Austrailia, Andreu also had the opportunity to work for the racing team of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.
Upon his return to Coolmore America, Andreu was introduced to the CEO of Equine Analysis, Matthew Weinmann. After a few meetings with the EA staff, Andreu yet again found himself motivated to expand his thoroughbred knowledge even more by diving into the world of biomechanics and performance prediction of thoroughbreds through analytical work. After two years working as an EA technician, Andreu now applies his traditional knowledge of thoroughbreds along with EA technology and information to assist clients in every facet of their bloodstock needs.