Baby Clydesdale Is Born On Missouri Ranch
Famously known as the horses from the Budweiser commercials, Clydesdales are some of the most beautiful animals on the planet. Their name, Clydesdale, originates from the region of Clydesdale, Scotland where the horses were traditionally used for farming, logging and hauling coal. Even today, this breed is still often used for work in agriculture.
The horses that were used in the popular Budweiser commercials were bred and raised in America. Of the facilities that brought up these animals, the largest one is Warm Springs Ranch located near Boonville, Missouri. The ranch has huge grounds and loves to welcome guests by offering tours of its facilities.