EI, Dunphy and the HBAN syndicate invest € 1.25 million in the Equitrace application



Equitrace, the horse health and tracking app founded by Kevin and Jennifer Corley, husband and wife of Kildare, has raised a Series A funding round of 1.25 million euros.

Among the backers are an angel investor union led by Brendan Nevin, former CEO of AA Ireland, who previously worked for Bank of Ireland, Eircom and Coca-Cola. Another funder is Ascot Capital Partners, the investment firm of which Waterford technology investor Martin Dunphy is the executive chairman. Enterprise Ireland has also invested € 250,000 in the startup.

Last week, the firm was listed in the Independent Sunday ”list of the 20 best agrotechnology innovators. Last month, the company announced a partnership with the animal health division of U.S. pharmaceutical giant Merck (known as MSD outside the United States), which saw interest in the company grow there. down and in Europe.



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