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Clydesdale

Scottish medium to heavy draft horse, bay, brown or black in color, usually with white on the face and limbs, about 16.2 hands high. Very well behaved and showy because of eager action, white points and long leg feather.
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The Clydesdales play a strong role for the brand, representing Budweiser quality and care for more than 80 years.
The Black Crown ads were made by Anomaly of New York, the same agency that made the wonderful Clydesdale spot--so much more appealing in every way.
I also saw Clydesdales being ridden bare back in Colorado, and I liked them because they are big and I am big," says the actor, who is 6ft 3ins.
There are 10 Clydesdales at Tillside, with two more on the way.
The visit by the Clydesdales was a major event in town and crowds swelled as people followed them from bar to bar.
Those Clydesdales born with the proper markings for a Budweiser Clydesdale--a bay coat, a blaze of white on the face, four white stocking feet, and a black mane and tail--have a future spot on one of the Budweiser traveling hitches.
The breed started in Scotland in the 18th Century and Clydesdales were used extensively in Scotland and the North of England for transporting goods and for work in farming, forestry and shipyards.
1 -- color in AV edition only) Royal Wilkie, a handler with the Budweiser Clydesdale team, hoses down a member of the team on Thursday.
Anheuser-Busch InBev's decision to cut its traditional Clydesdale ad from its Super Bowl ad line-up caused a mini tempest in advertising circles.
the Clydesdales will be at Yankee Spirits and then parade to Old Sturbridge Village, to be inside the Village from 3:15 to 4 p.
The heavy horse, in particular the Clydesdale and Shire breeds, was traditionally used for Co-op and brewery deliveries and to pull carts and ploughs on farms.
Anheuser-Busch, which maintains the largest Clydesdale herd in the world at between 225 and 250 horses, first introduced them in 1933.