Owned and raced as a two-year-old by A. J. Worsham of Bourbon, Indiana, Little Pat was the son of Hollyrood Bob-Lottie Direct. Purchased by Homer Biery of PA, Little Pat, a gelding, raced on half-mile tracks from age two on. He established world records at 2,3,4 and as an aged pacer. He won 73 out of 104 races and had no less than 89 miles in 2:05 over half-mile tracks and a total of 106 over all sized tracks. Charley Lacey drove him to his race record in 1938. Although retired in 1943, Little Pat lived until 1965.
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1994 book, The Immortals