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EI, Dunphy and HBAN syndicate invest €1.25m in Equitrace app

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Kevin and Jennifer Corley, founders of digital horse ID and medical records app startup Equitrace. Picture: Arthur Carron

Kevin and Jennifer Corley, founders of digital horse ID and medical records app startup Equitrace. Picture: Arthur Carron

Kevin and Jennifer Corley, founders of digital horse ID and medical records app startup Equitrace. Picture: Arthur Carron

Equitrace, the horse health and tracking app founded by Kildare-based husband and wife team Kevin and Jennifer Corley, has raised a series A financing round of €1.25m.

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


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