Zippo Pine Bar

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Zippo Pine Bar
Breed Quarter Horse
Discipline Western Pleasure
Sire Zippo Pat Bars
Grandsire Three Bars (TB)
Dam Dollie Pine
Maternal grandsire Poco Pine
Sex Stallion
Foaled April 1, 1969
Country United States
Color Sorrel
Breeder Lloyd Geweke
Owner Norman Reynolds, Bob and Ann Perry
Other awards
AQHA Performance Register of Merit, AQHA Superior Western Pleasure Horse
American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame, NSBA Hall of Fame
Last updated on: January 12, 2008.

Zippo Pine Bar (1969-1998) is the leading Western Pleasure sire of Quarter Horses.


Zippo Pine Bar was a 1969 sorrel son of Zippo Pat Bars out of Dollie Pine, a daughter of Poco Pine.[1] Poco Pine was a son of Poco Bueno. Dollie Pine's dam was a descendant of Joe Moore, a half brother to Joe Reed P-3 and himself a descendant of Traveler.[1]

Norman Reynolds bought Zippo Pine Bar as a weanling at Lloyd Geweke's dispersal sale in 1969, hoping for a halter horse.[2]

During his show career, he earned from the American Quarter Horse Association an AQHA Championship, as well as a Performance Register of Merit and a Superior Western Pleasure Horse Award. He was the 1972 AQHA High Point Junior Western Pleasure Stallion and the 1972 AQHA High Point Junior Western Riding Horse.[3][4] He was inducted into the National Snaffle Bit Association (or NSBA) Hall of Fame in 1992.[5]

He sired 1648 Quarter horse foals, 68 Appaloosas, and 72 Paints which collectively have earned over 50,000 show points.[4] Five of his offspring have been inducted into the NSBA Hall of Fame - Mr Zippo Pine, Zippo By Moonlight, Zips Chocolate Chip, Zippos Mr Goodbar, and Zippos Amblin Easy.[5] Others of his influential offspring include Melody Zipper, Flashy Zipper, Zippo Cash Bar, Zippo Jack Bar, Zippos Honeybee and Don't Skip Zip.[3] In 1991 his offspring won World Championships in Western Pleasure in the AQHA, the American Paint Horse Association (or APHA) and the Appaloosa Horse Club (or ApHC).[2] He was euthanized on January 12, 1998 at age 29 following a major stroke.[4]

He was inducted into the AQHA Hall of Fame[6] in 2000.[7]


Midway (TB)
Percentage (TB)
Gossip Avenue (TB)
Three Bars (TB)
Luke McLuke (TB)
Myrtle Dee (TB)
Civil Maid (TB)
Zippo Pat Bars
Joe Reed II
Little Fanny
Leo Pat
Little Chuck
Dunny Girl
Thoroughbred mare
Zippo Pine Bar
King P-234
Poco Bueno
Miss Taylor
Poco Pine
Pretty Boy
Pretty Rosalie
Waggoner mare
Dollie Pine
Joe Moore
Hobo Sue
My Pardner
Home Gal


  1. ^ a b Zippo Pine Bar Pedigree at All Breed Pedigree retrieved on June 22, 2007
  2. ^ a b "Living Legends: Zippo Pine Bar" Horse & Rider p. 38-41
  3. ^ a b Pitzer The Most Influential Quarter Horse Sires p. 160-161
  4. ^ a b c Close Legends 4 p. 174-189
  5. ^ a b NSBA Hall of Fame retrieved on July 5, 2007
  6. ^ AQHA Hall of Fame
  7. ^ American Quarter Horse Foundation - Zippo Pine Bar


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