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Budweiser Commercial: Clydesdale Horses Have A Snowball Fight! The One Who Represents Budweiser Covered The Other With Snow!

It is known that Budweiser commercials are always great, actually, their commercials are among the best in the world. This video, that was shared in 2005, is still one of the best!



The commercial video shows 2 Clydesdale groups standing before each other in a nice Christmas scene, with snow everywhere. The fight starts when one of the horses kicks a snowball at the other group, and then the fight starts with snowballs between the 2 groups. One of the horses, that is having Budweiser, approaches a tree and kicks it leaving the other group covered by the snow! How Fantastic! Watch the video above to have more information.



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