The Budweiser Clydesdales are an iconic group of horses that represent the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company. They can be seen during in-person promotions and on commercials. Each year they appear in a Super Bowl commercial. It has been a tradition since 1986. Have you ever wondered what their life is like?
Each Budweiser Clydesdale starts its life at a state-of-the-art breeding facility in Missouri. Only a few are chosen to participate in the Budweiser team, though. They must have four white hooves, a dark chestnut body and white blaze down their nose. The select few will then make their way to a training barn to start their careers.
These special draft horses are treated like royalty. After training, they’re pampered with long grooming sessions. Although they work hard, there is plenty of time to relax and just be horses. Upon graduation, the horses are sent to various Budweiser driving teams.
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Don’t forget to take a tour of their historic St. Louis home stable.