The Budweiser Clydesdales have a snowball fight. When one of the horses retaliates, it’s too funny

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Apart from their striking beauty and gorgeous sturdy frame, Budweiser Clydesdales are renowned primarily for being featured in the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company’s advertisements, and a series of hilarious commercials. They are basically a herd of Clydesdales owned by the aforementioned company. Beauty-wise, the white fur on their faces that runs down from the forehead to the muzzle separates them from other horse breeds. But that’s not it, they also have white fur on their legs which gracefully transitions from dark brown to white from just under its knee to the fetlock and finally to the coronet in a wonderful gradient. However, the video featured below shows us a hugely common side of the Clydesdales. It was pulled from one of Budweiser’s memorable advertisements aired in 2005. It offers a sneak peek of what they are popularly known for but with a funny twist in the plot…

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