Saturday, May 10, 2014

Budweiser Clydesdales clomp around #Toronto

The majestic horses were eager to pull the beer wagon, driven by two men and a dalmatian, during their public appearance outside the Rogers Centre. Appearing Saturday, May 10 during a Blue Jays home game and on Sunday, May 11 they will drop by the Queen's Quay LCBO.  Posted by James Hamilton and Joe Hamilton.
"This year marks the 81st anniversary of one of the most iconic symbols for Anheuser-Busch, the Budweiser Clydesdales," said Jeff Knapper, general manager for Clydesdales operations. "The Clydesdales have been an integral part of Anheuser-Busch's heritage since 1933, and their strength and majesty symbolize Budweiser's quality and team spirit. It is truly special to see how these magnificent horses spend their early years and later grow to become one of the world's most recognized animals."
Each horse must have a gentle temperament and is selected based on physical characteristics that includes being geldings, bay in colour with four white legs and a patch of white on the face. They must also have a black mane and tail. The eight famous work horses have appeared in numerous commercials for the 'King of Beers' but still seemed down to earth.

There is a cart with a bucket and shovel that follows behind the horses for some reason

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