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Zippo Pat Bars (1964–1988) was a Quarter horse racehorse and showhorse who became an influential sire in the breed.


Zippo Pat Bars was a son of the Thoroughbred stallion Three Bars out of a daughter of Leo named Leo Pat. He was a 1964 sorrel stallionWagoner Quarter Racing Digest p. 1345 bred by Paul Curtner. As a weanling, Curtner was offered $20,000.00 for the colt, which he turned down.Groves "Where'd We Get That Zip?" Quarter Horse Journal p. 18

Zippo Pat Bars raced for two years, starting eighteen times. He won five races and placed second four times. He earned a Race Register of Merit with the American Quarter Horse Association (or AQHA) in 1966 with an AAA speed rating. He earned $1855.00 on the racetrack. He injured himself as a two-year-old, fracturing two vertabrae in a stall accident. The injury kept the horse out of the 1966 All American Futurity.Beckman "Zippo Pat Bars" Quarter Horse Journal pp. 82–85

After the end of Zippo Pat Bars's racing career, he retired to the breeding shed. He sired, among others, Zippo Pine Bar, Scarborough Fair, The Invester, and Mr Pondie Zip.Pitzer Most Influential Quarter Horse Sires pp. 159–160Thornton "Working Lines: Zippo Pat Bars" Southern Horseman pp....
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