Clydesdale drawn Budweiser carriage. Google image.

Journey to the Super Bowl: Clydesdale training clips

Did you know that the Clydesdale horses who appear in the beloved Super Bowl commercials do their own stunts?

Here are some clips of them training. Amazing what these gentle giants can do. Just when you think there is no way they can be any more awesome.

10 thoughts on “Journey to the Super Bowl: Clydesdale training clips”

  1. Well it took me 23 seconds (my hubby timed me :) to find out who the trainer is. His name is Robin Wiltshire and he’s originally from Australia. Google on his name to find out more!


  2. ALL the Clydesdale videos are my favorites. <3 I smile, laugh, cry. So beautiful, funny, spectacular. Intelligent!! And I pray they stay safe. Thank you Vivian!!


  3. Totally awesome….Just goes to show how horses interact with human beings…So if you think horses should be slaughtered and used as a food source think again….All of us that know an love horses and this video shows us the bond between man and horse…To think that these beautiful animals “The Horse” ends up at a slaughter house makes me so sick I can’t even express how sick….Whether the horse is a Clydesdale or a horse that is unknown to the world they are all beautiful, living ,breathing creatures of God that work with us….Please sign those petitions and do what you can to stop abuse, cruelty, slaughter, torture and HELP OUR HORSES …THEY DON”T HAVE A CHOICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  4. Wow, thanks for posting this. Absolutely awesome.
    I love these horses. What a great way to start the morning.


  5. Just when you think the horses couldnt possibly thrill and amaze us any more then they already have or they couldnt be any more wonderful then they already are there they go and show the reasons that they truly belong right here with us !!!!! I am in awe , what wonderful animals they are……… For me all they have to do is be…………………


    1. There is a lot of lovely interaction with their trainers too. I love the way one of the horses in particular likes to stand as close as possible to his trainer. You can see the mutual affection and respect between them. That is how to be a good steward.


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