Anheuser Busch maintains one of the largest herds of Clydesdales in the world with more than 200 individuals.
by Kristin Berkery
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The Budweiser Clydesdales at an appearance in Boston. Photo by Paul Keleher
The Budweiser Clydesdales are one of those rare icons from the equine world that the non-horse public understands and appreciates. When Anheuser Busch‘s new corporate owner, InBev of Brazil and Belgium, decided not to run a half-time commercial featuring the Clydesdales in the 2010 SuperBowl, fans spoke out and the company changed its position, running a Clydesdale ad later in the game.
The Clydesdales became a part of Budweiser history when August Busch, Jr. gave…
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Kristin is a freelance graphic designer and writer in Sacramento, California, with a life-long passion for horses. She designs websites and marketing materials for businesses. In her spare time she's active with her daughter and son. See Kristin's online portfolio and LinkedIn profile.