Besides being one of the best selling beers in America, the name 'Budweiser' seems to go hand in hand with the great ideals of strength, home, and country.
Every year, during the Super Bowl, Budweiser runs a brand new commercial. Most of the time, these football commercials feature the company's symbolic Clydesdales. These beautiful horses are often used in its promotions and on tours around the country.
Just before dawn, Tuesday morning of last week, Warm Springs Ranch, which is home to all 160 Budweiser Clydesdales, welcomed their newest, smallest member into the world, precious little Mac, the brand-spanking new baby foal.
Mac has already made his fair share of fans on social media, and he's gotten their support to appear in this year's Super Bowl commercial.
Take a look below at the beautiful pictures of this newest baby horse, and let us know what you think about this adorable new member of the Budweiser family in the comments section below!
Located in Boonville, MO., Warm Springs Ranch, is home to the iconic Budweiser Clydesdale horses.
Anheuser-Busch, is the brewing company behind the Budweiser name. They first started the tradition of featuring Clydesdales in their advertising campaigns in 1933.
The cofounders of the company, August A. Busch Jr. and Adolphus Busch, gave their father the first horses as a celebratory gift when Prohibition ended.
Ever since, the horses have been the main stars in beer ads and in those heartwarming Super Bowl commercials that we all know and love.
The Clydesdales live in St. Louis, MO., but often travel the U.S. in various "teams" during the promotional tours.
Early last week, Warm Springs Ranch welcomed its newest family member: Mac, the adorable foal into the world.
"Mac's name is a nod to the iconic legacy of the Budweiser Clydesdales, the most macro of all icons, representing Budweiser's quality for more than 80 years," said Anheuser-Busch in a statement.
Lots of fans of these beautiful horses are already hopeful that little Mac will be featured in this year's Budweiser Super Bowl commercial. We're certain he's on his way toward great success!