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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 have been associated with Budweiser since 1933, when the company introduced them to celebrate the repeal of Prohibition for beer.
When we were taking a break in Scotland, we went to see some Clydesdales with the possible idea of buying one, and ended up with two.
Cockburn added: "Merlin has a scooped back leg - with Clydesdales, it is all about the back leg.
The beloved Budweiser Clydesdales will also be featured prominently in "Puppy Love," which continues the story of 2013's celebrated "Brotherhood" spot and focuses on the connections animals share with one another at Warm Springs Ranch, Budweiser's Clydesdale breeding ranch.
The Clydesdales will be in the second division of the parade, which is being billed as the largest in recent memory with 10 divisions with many floats representing local businesses and organizations and bands from around New England, as well as the Philadelphia Mummers' Woodland String Band.
But after the Second World War, when the tractor took over, around 100,000 Clydesdales were slaughtered.
1 -- color in AV edition only) Royal Wilkie, a handler with the Budweiser Clydesdale team, hoses down a member of the team on Thursday.
Jeff Knapper, general manager for Clydesdale operations for Anheuser-Busch, said that through March 27, seventeen baby Clydesdales have been born at Anheuser-Busch's state-of-the-art Clydesdale breeding farm, which is home to more than 100 Budweiser Clydesdales.
VP-Marketing Keith Levy for A-B told Ad Age that he received a new edit of a previously rejected Clydesdale spot from DDB shortly after the ad preview yesterday, and may run it.
The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales will be pulling a red, white and gold beer wagon down Route 20 this Saturday.
He has four showing horses, three Clydesdales, one Clydesdale/Shire cross, and two retired shires, at his 68-acre farm near Beamish, in County Durham.
Making a return after more than a decade will be the Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales hitch.