Looking for Information on a Race Horse Named "Little Pat"


Looking for information on a race horse named “Little Pat” that was buried at Hunt Lo Farms in Emlenton in 1965. At the time of his death, the horse would have been owned by Guy B. Hunter. The horse was a premiere race horse that won many awards in the late 1930s and early 40s.

The horse was originally owned and raced as a 2 year old by A.J. Worsham of Bourbon, Indiana.

Little Pat established world records at 2, 3, 4 and as an aged pacer. He won 73 out of 104 races. Little Prat retired in 1943 and lived until 1965.

Little Pat earned $43,563 in his career. He was elected as immortal in 1974.

I wanted to know if there was a shrine still on the property that honors the horse. I have a 1936 trophy that the horse had won and I am looking to take it to the National Horse Racing Museum. If anyone has any information on this they can call me at 574-551-5352.

Thank you,

Mike Worsham

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