Pato is a sport played on horseback.
Pato may also refer to:
Nickname or stage name
- Roberto Abbondanzieri (born 1972), Argentine former football goalkeeper
- Ousmane Barry (born 1991), Guinean footballer
- Patricio Borghetti (born 1973), Argentine actor
- Ángel Cabrera (born 1969), Argentine professional golfer
- Ubaldo Fillol (born 1950), Argentine football goalkeeper
- Pato Hoffmann (born 1956), Bolivian actor and theater director
- Patricio Margetic (born 1960), Argentine former footballer
- Claudio Strunz (born 1971), Argentine thrash metal drummer
- Roland Vargas-Aguilera (born 1979), Bolivian footballer
- Patrice Wilson, Nigerian-American music producer, singer and songwriter
- Alexandre Pato (born 1989), Brazilian footballer
- Chus Pato (born 1955), Galician writer and political activist
- Cristina Pato (born 1980), Galician bagpiper, pianist and composer
- Gladys Lomafu Pato (born 1930), Swazi short story writer
- Rimbink Pato, Papua New Guinean constitutional lawyer and politician
- Pato Kakaraya, politician in Papua New Guinea
- Tervakosken Pato, a football club based in Tervakoski, Finland
- AVE Class 102, a high-speed train nicknamed "Pato" in Spanish
- Pato, a character in Pocoyo, a Spanish children's show
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