15 Clydesdale Horses That Aren’t Trying to Sell You Beer

Posted by Paige Cerulli

We all know and love the Budweiser Clydesdales, but these stunning horses aren’t trying to get you to buy anything.

The Clydesdale is a stunning breed of horse, and they’re most famous for their roles in Budweiser commercials and for pulling the Budweiser wagon.

But Clydesdales do far more than advertise. Check out these 15 beautiful horses who epitomize power and elegance.

Impressing the Audience at a Show

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Chris Phutully via Flickr

Enjoying a Soft Bed of Shavings

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Jon Parise via Flickr

Just Being Beautiful

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Holly Golabek via Flickr

Enjoying a Quiet Moment

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Holly via Flickr

Greeting Visitors

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Kim via Flickr

Offering Rides

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Adam Cutler via Flickr

Standing Quietly

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Josisland via Flickr

Pulling a Carriage (not of Budweiser)

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Jean via Flickr

Driving as a Team

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Jean via Flickr

Completing Driving Maneuvers

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Jean via Flickr

Showing Off a Beautiful Coat Pattern

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Jean via Flickr

Calmly Watching

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Chris DeNuzio via Flickr

Going Riding

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Jean via Flickr

Getting Hitched Up

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bcgrote via Flickr

Going for a Drive

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Jean via Flickr

The Clydesdale is an incredible breed. Useful for both riding and driving, these sensiblly-natured horses are known for keeping their cool in a variety of situations which might faze other horses.

Despite their large size, Clydesdales are gentle and docile.

These ones just want to love you and be admired, without the help of beer marketing.

Tell us how much you love Clydesdales in the comments below!

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15 Clydesdale Horses That Aren’t Trying to Sell You Beer