Anyone who knows a lot about horses knows how gentle Clydesdales are. These horses come from Scotland, and they have now been made famous by Budweiser in St. Louis.
Not only does Budweiser have grown up Clydesdales representing them, but there are babies as well. They make entertaining videos as well, and they will come to represent the well-known brand when they are older. There are 70 of these There are 7 at the Warm Springs Ranch in Boonville, Missouri. They really enjoy their lives, and the babies get to romp and play on the ranch.
It was almost 30 years ago that the Budweiser Clydesdales appeared in a Super Bowl commercial. Since then, their ads have become some of the most popular and highly anticipated ones to appear during this sporting event.
On April 7, 1933, August A. Busch, Sr. was surprised by his two sons, August A. Busch, Jr. and Adolphus Busch III. They wanted to celebrate and commemorate the repeal of Prohibition, and brought their father a6 horse Clydesdale hitch. They saw that the idea and image of a horse-drawn beer wagon could be part of a great marketing technique. The horses remained part of Budweiser marketing, and to this day, they “continue to be an enduring symbol of the brewer’s heritage, tradition and commitment to quality.”
Clydesdales are known for their gentle personalities and inquisitive natures, and that is all clearly already starting to take shape in the babies. They are just wonderful to watch.