Budweiser Clydesdale Horses Rushes Into A Snowball Fight

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The Super Bowl is one of the most successful championship games in the United States and has attracted many viewers around the world. The Super Bowl is a platform that introduces the beauty and dignity of Clydesdale horses. Clydesdale has become one of the top five horse breeds in the world due to its popularity at such shows.

This video below shows a commercial for a 15-year-old Budweiser Clydesdale horse. People usually want to see new things, but keep in mind that old things are gold. There are also iconic ones such as Home Alone movies, Coca-Cola ads, and Budweiser Clydesdale ads. Sometimes we have to go back to the masterpieces of the past and admit them today. That is why we need to connect the past with the reality in which we live.

Now let’s focus on the next video. Clydesdale horses look very majestic, beautiful and strong, but keep in mind that they are also very smart and entertaining. This is a 2005 classic Budweiser ad showing that the infamous Clydesdale horse is enjoying a snowball fight in the middle of winter. I’ve seen it many times, but I still love it because it makes me laugh. Budweiser used Clydesdale horses as a marketing strategy to show that they are delivering carriage boxes nationwide because Clydesdale horses look big and sturdy.

The company currently owns about 250 Clydesdale horses. “They continue to be a lasting symbol of heritage, tradition and dedication.” As mentioned at the beginning, the whole concept of snowball fighting is very interesting. It’s a very catchy commercial aimed at getting people’s attention. It’s also important to remember that Clydesdale horses are very smart and easy to train. That’s the main reason they perform amazingly. Check out the video and let us know what you think. Don’t forget to distribute the video to your loved ones on social media.

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