New Clydesdale Was Born During Super Bowl Game

Posted: Feb 5 2015, 8:45am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl


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New Clydesdale was born during Super Bowl Game

Aww! A new Clydesdale foal was born during the Super Bowl 2015 game.

The Budweiser Clydesdale horses are here to stay. Anheuser-Busch revealed that a new Clydesdale foal was born just minutes before the Clydesdales appeared in the Budweiser Super Bowl commercial titled "Lost Dog."

Mom and baby are doing well and looking forward to meeting her new fans when Warm Springs Ranch opens this spring. You can actually visit the newest Clydesdale via at tour of the ranch. You can book tours here.

The Budweiser Super Bowl Ad with the Puppy and the Clydesdale won again the USA Today Ad Meter 2015. It has already become unimaginable that Budweiser was once considering to stop using the Clydesdales in Super Bowl ads a couple years ago.

Here is another photo of the Clydesdale baby and his mama.

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