Horses are terrific actors, as all equestrians know, and have proven their worth in a variety of disciplines. We’ve seen them in a number of well-known films, television series, and commercials. Because it appears that everything they do draws people’s attention, directors of films and television ads love to include horses in their productions. With a horse on your side, you’re sure to win!
Budweiser company knows this better than anyone and always involves their stunning Clydesdale horses in their commercials. The first commercial featuring the Budweiser Clydesdales first aired during the Super Bowl in 1986 and since then, the Budweiser Clydesdales have become the best companions in the Super Bowl Sunday.
The Budweiser Clydesdale ads are massively shared across social media. They are very well-thought and for this reason, they have managed to connect with all audiences, by spreading only positive messages and staying away from controversy.
That is why after the company declared that the
horses would not be performing in ads during the 2010 Super Bowl, fans protested heavily on
Facebook in such force that the company changed their decision. All the Super Bowl ads featuring the Budweiser Clydesdales are very impressive and entertaining to watch, but amongst them, there is an ad who is very unique and emotional.